from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- adverb Used as an intensive.
- adjective Excellent; exceptional.
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- adjective colloquial
hellof a; extreme
from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
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I'm waiting for the school's PR dept to call and tell me helluva is out and come up w/another ending.
Still they are boxing in helluva lot of $$ but in the long term i think they are toast …
Seems to me that actions, in this case, speak a helluva lot more than their words.
I then experienced what I can only describe as a helluva psychedelic light show, swirls of color-red, purple, blue, orange and some without names.
Speaking of "helluva," today is the third anniversary of those ineffable words:
All things considered, it was a "helluva" note, he declared, until Sims, overhearing his remarks, booted him a couple of times around the cook wagon, so that he much preferred the arduous duties of his calling.
The intertwined mess of this Administration, it’s repeated disregard for it’s obligations to others outside of the malignant band of tight-knit cronies at the inner core and their political money machine pals…well, their actions speak a helluva lot louder than their tidied-up words and image projection ever could, don’t they?
(aka people who get paid to write about the team), you better be a "helluva" writer.
I gotta 'helluva' deal, "said Pacheco, smiling as he inspected the ride.
Nonetheless, BHO has one helluva job to do to convince the cynics of healthcare changes.