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  • n. Plural form of hellion.


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  • Someday, Mom, we're going to back and see him, and I'm going to get you to the edge of that stage even if I have to elbow a thousand honky-tonkin 'hellions to get you there, and you too are going to shake his hand (and you too are going to smell his pungent B.O.).

    Willie, My Momma, and Me

  • They were a volcanic abyss of unrestrained love with their hands every which way and you had to actually cross a damn street, vacate your brain, and say, "you two hellions are going to combust from all this torrid public defilement."

    Couple Busting

  • Worse, Beckett says the good girls become the real hellions during this phase.

    Castle Episode Recap: "Under the Gun"

  • Jay Eveland arrived and found the Carter kids, who were known hellions, sitting as quietly as church mice on the sofa in the living room for no explainable reason.

    The Sins of Brother Curtis

  • Fortunately, Buzzard and his hellions throw him into the street, amused by my dementia.

    Get Laid or Die Trying

  • Like certain hellions who knew exactly how to turn a woman to pudding with a dark glance.

    A Hellion in Her Bed

  • Because angel-faced Tommy and Johnny were total hellions.

    The Opposite of Me

  • We had finally gotten about 90 minutes of straight sleep when the hellions in the tent across from ours woke up and decided that 6: 30 am was a good time to start screaming.

    Talk about Travel

  • Rachel soon finds herself with not one but three hellions on her tail; and one of them is even crazier and more dangerous than all the fairy assassins, weres and vampires on the planet.

    April Urban Fantasy Releases « Urban Fantasy Land

  • King's last impression was of earth's womb on fire and of hellions brewing wrath.

    In The Time Of Light


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