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like a bat out of hell

Definitions

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  • adv. With crazy or excessive intensity or speed.

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Examples

  • Leaving Brinkman in charge, Bentz had driven like a bat out of hell to land here at Simon Heller’s house, a two-storied Greek Revival style home with huge white pillars, topiary in the front yard and a sweeping verandah.

    Shiver

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