Idiom: Hell for leather
Meaning: If you do something hell for leather, especially running, you do it as fast as you can.Country: International English | Subject Area: Religion | Usage Type: Both or All Words Used
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- Hope in hell
- All hell broke loose
- Hell in a handcart
- Ninth circle of hell
- Come hell or high water
- Cold day in hell
- Catch hell
- Not a snowball's chance in hell
- All over Hell's half acre
- Road to hell is paved with good intentions
- When hell freezes over
- Like a bat out of hell
- Slap leather
- If you lie down with the Devil, you will wake up in hell
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