Definition of hell for leather in English:

hell for leather

As fast as possible.
More example sentences
  • People are going to be up there going hell for leather.
  • You are left with two choices - either you let it drift, and risk losing control over the argument, or you go hell for leather and actively push it forward.
  • But we are going hell for leather to govern by ourselves.
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