from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Born in or of hell.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Born of or in hell; of hellish origin.
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You, my dear Edward, have not had the felicity of meeting my Aunt and Uncle Bane and their pack of hellborn brats—Henry, William, and Fanny.
He it was who had summoned; they could not but obey, though some glared at him with hellborn fury.
She tried to tear her eyes from that hellborn gaze, she prayed for the strength to pull away, but like a bird hypnotized by a serpent she had no will left.
The gathered men were aware of the strength which poured swiftly back into the albino's deficient veins, im - buing him with a new hellborn vitality.
DORIAN: Speaking of the script…where’s the hellborn spawn of the swamp monster?