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Used for emphasis.‘damn it to hell’
- ‘She hoped to hell that Thomas would ask her if she would help him.’
- ‘She just had to keep talking to him, and hope to hell that the ambulance would get here soon.’
- ‘I coughed and quickly adjusted my voice, hoping to hell he hadn't noticed the crack.’
- ‘I have never seen him like that before, and I hope to hell that I never have to again.’
- ‘She hoped to hell it wasn't to make Jess want to see him, because it wasn't going to work.’
- ‘Here in Aussie we just get on with partying 24 hours a day and to hell with the consequences.’
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The definitions of ‘buddy’ and ‘bro’ in the OED have recently been revised. We explore their history and increase in popularity.