Hell has no fury like a woman scorned.
The meaning is that nothing, not even Hell, can be as violent as the rage of a woman who has been scorned/spurned by he lover.
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"hell hath no fury". I saw this on new paper. what does it mean?
Thanks, I thought it was from Shakespeare! Or had remembered so incorrectly.
And I thought it was hath.
Erinyes - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia) or in a construction such as 'she gave leash to a fury that nobody had expected' [which, now I think of it, is an ellipted form of 'a sort of fury'.