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  1. Harrowing of Hell

    • IPA[ˈherōiNG]
    • ph.
      (in medieval Christian theology) the defeat of the powers of evil and the release of its victims by the descent of Christ into hell after his death.
    • noun: Harrowing of Hell

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    • ph.
      used to emphasize something very bad or great

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    • ph.
      used to emphasize something very bad or great

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    • ph.
      used in verbal phrases to emphasize force, speed, etc.

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    • ph.
      beat (someone) very severely

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    • ph.
      escape quickly from (a place or situation)

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    • ph.
      For no particular reason; on a whim. walked home by the old school for the hell of it.
    • ph.
      just for fun

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    • ph.
      withdraw quickly from (a place)

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    • ph.
      (in medieval Christian theology) the defeat of the powers of evil and the release of its ...

    Oxford Dictionary