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hellhole

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Pronunciation: /ˈhɛlhəʊl
 
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Definition of hellhole in English:

noun

A very unpleasant place: the floors of these little hellholes are awash with stinking chemical waste
More example sentences
  • After finishing my overcooked greasy pork slab, I wandered over to the smoking area to indulge in the only vice still allowed to us here in this hellhole and fired up my customary after-dinner stogie.
  • I have been extremely healthy since I got out of that hellhole.
  • We need to see why the Marines needed to be sent into that hellhole.

Words that rhyme with hellhole

armholearsehole

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