Idiom: 'All over Hell's half acre'

What does 'All over Hell's half acre' mean?

Meaning:

If you have been all over Hell's half acre, you have been traveling and visiting many more places than originally intended, usually because you were unsuccessful in finding what you were looking for.

It can also be used to mean everywhere.

Contributor: Bill Brash

Country: American English American English | Subject Area: General | Usage Type: Both or All Words Used

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