Go to blazes!

Go to blazes!

Inf. Go to hell! Go to blazes! Stop pestering me! I'm sick of your complaining. Go to blazes!

Go to blazes!

  (old-fashioned, informal)
a rude and angry way of telling someone to go away and that you do not care what happens to them Just go to blazes! I'm sick of your rudeness! If he's going to start making demands, he can go to blazes.

Go to blazes!

and Go to the devil!
exclam. Go to hell! Go to blazes! Stop pestering me! You can just go to the devil!
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I was tipped off by Sir Anthony Meyer, Tory MP for West Flint, who told his whips to go to blazes
I wish that we were economically strong enough to tell Whitehall to go to blazes