From hell



adjectival phrase
Word Origin

slang

adjective phrase

Accursed; wretched; infernal: they struck on the title ”Zarda, Cow from Hell”/ a certified, notarized, top-of-the-line day from hell

[1980s+; popularized by a comedian named Richard Lewis]

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