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infernal
used in The Adventures of Tom Sawyer

3 uses
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Definition
very bad; or very annoying; or characteristic of hell or the underworld
  • "Infernal impudence!" said a bystander; "wanted to come and take a quiet look at his work, I reckon—didn't expect any company."
    Chapter 11 (29% in)
  • I wanted to yesterday, only it warn't any use trying to stir out of here, with those infernal boys playing over there on the hill right in full view."
    Chapter 26 (43% in)
  • "Those infernal boys" quaked again under the inspiration of this remark, and thought how lucky it was that they had remembered it was Friday and concluded to wait a day.
    Chapter 26 (43% in)

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