living hell


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living hell

noun
Excruciating punishment:
Idiom: tortures of the damned.
Translations
die Hölle durchleben
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LIVING HELL Joanne Smith and neighbour Gary Sim at Green Lane Gardens in the floods
make his life a living hell that's what this is all about,'' said Mrs Beckett.
I've been through a living hell, a living nightmare.
Since Network Rail started their modernisation project, it has become a living hell.
My life has become a living hell since your July 2002 issue.
In High Plains Drifter, his character manipulates the inhabitants of Lago into painting their town red, as a metaphor for a living hell.
After the living hell of recent times, the little red tractor is a symbol of hope and pride for farmers.
When Sipowicz, a recovering alcoholic, went off the wagon after his son was murdered, he faced certain and complete ruin, a living hell.
Every time viewers turn on the boob tube, they are assaulted by a relentless series of stories about how modern technology is causing cancer, birth defects, and miscarriages, poisoning people, and making modern life a living hell.
It is making life a living hell, damaging buildings and the road surface.