Definitions

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  • noun Alternative form of hellhole.

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Examples

  • But the cloud that darkened my spirit was not brought on by anything these patriots had revealed about the hell-hole known as Cuba.

    Spain Betrays Cuba's Dissidents

  • It is far easier to run a school with an active PTA and well-prepared students than it is to turn a "hell-hole" full of "sweat-hogs" around; yet some of the smartest young people in New York City are "sweat-hogs" in DOE "hell-holes!"

    Michele Somerville: Why 8,000 Eighth-Grade NYC Students Don't Have High School Placements Yet

  • Often the clandestine decision to "collocate" a shiny new school in a hell-hole building is the first step toward closing a neighboring school.

    Michele Somerville: The NYC DOE Needs an A-Team

  • There's no dearth of teachers and principals gifted enough to walk through the metal detectors in any vermin-infested, asbestos-ridden hell-hole school in this city and, in a few years, turn such a school around, but this kind of educator tends not to make a suitable Tweed pet.

    Michele Somerville: The NYC DOE Needs an A-Team

  • There's no dearth of teachers and principals gifted enough to walk through the metal detectors in any vermin-infested, asbestos-ridden hell-hole school in this city and, in a few years, turn such a school around, but this kind of educator tends not to make a suitable Tweed pet.

    Michele Somerville: The NYC DOE Needs an A-Team

  • There's no dearth of teachers and principals gifted enough to walk through the metal detectors in any vermin-infested, asbestos-ridden hell-hole school in this city and, in a few years, turn such a school around, but this kind of educator tends not to make a suitable Tweed pet.

    Michele Somerville: The NYC DOE Needs an A-Team

  • There's no dearth of teachers and principals gifted enough to walk through the metal detectors in any vermin-infested, asbestos-ridden hell-hole school in this city and, in a few years, turn such a school around, but this kind of educator tends not to make a suitable Tweed pet.

    Michele Somerville: The NYC DOE Needs an A-Team

  • Often the clandestine decision to "collocate" a shiny new school in a hell-hole building is the first step toward closing a neighboring school.

    Michele Somerville: The NYC DOE Needs an A-Team

  • Often the clandestine decision to "collocate" a shiny new school in a hell-hole building is the first step toward closing a neighboring school.

    Michele Somerville: The NYC DOE Needs an A-Team

  • Often the clandestine decision to "collocate" a shiny new school in a hell-hole building is the first step toward closing a neighboring school.

    Michele Somerville: The NYC DOE Needs an A-Team

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