hell-raising

hell-raising

n
behaviour which causes trouble(as modifier)
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In an interview with Mojo, the hell-raising guitarist said he had also cut out strong booze.
"He hasn't been hell-raising. He dries out when he goes on tour with the guys and doesn't drink much.
Like the hell-raising Motorhead frontman, who grew up in Anglesey and died in 2015, the 19ft-long (5.8m) beast dubbed Lemmysuchus was no stranger to trouble.
Like the hell-raising Motorhead frontman who grew up in Anglesey and died in 2015, the 19ft-long beast dubbed Lemmysuchus was no stranger to trouble.
The futuristic film follows a 'hell-raising' gang of orphans in the middle of a crime spree.
Jessica Raine's next big BBC character sounds way more hell-raising than prim Jenny Lee from Call the Midwife.
THE GRAHAM NORTON SHOW BBC1, 10.40pm The host is joined by hell-raising actor Charlie Sheen, while Melissa McCarthy, Kristen Wiig (below), Kate McKinnon and Leslie Jones - stars of the new Ghostbusters remake - also grace the sofa.
NORTON THE GRAHAM NORTON SHOW BBC1, 10.40pm The host is joined by hell-raising actor Charlie Sheen, while Melissa McCarthy, Kristen Wiig (below), Kate McKinnon and Leslie Jones - stars of the new Ghostbusters remake - also grace the sofa.
hell-raising, Lawrence of Arabia star Peter O'Toole has died Sad day a wonderful actor, there are so few really good ones left.
A certain Jasper Carrott is our hell-raising rock and roll frontman.