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- n. Hell; a realm beneath the surface of the earth conceived as the abode of the souls of the dead and, sometimes, as the abode of demons or evil spirits.
- n. A place which is subterranean or enclosed beneath a surface, especially one which is dark, dank, or otherwise inhospitable.
- n. The groin or buttocks.
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- n. (Christianity) the abode of Satan and the forces of evil; where sinners suffer eternal punishment
Her life, in which she had always believed in the transcendence of fury, set an example for her daughter to turn against her father, excommunicating me to a nether region of the living dead, a place where the deceased form new families, creating and inventing new histories and biographies, while the ones left behind announce their demise with the ripping of mailbox labels and pictures in two.