Get the hell out - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
get the hell out
get the hell out (of someplace)
To leave (somewhere) as quickly as possible. Rude when used as an imperative. I could tell there was going to be a fight, so I just got the hell out of there. I'm sick of your crappy attitude. Get the hell out of my office! This town is driving me crazy—I need to get the hell out.
get the hell out (of here)
Inf. to depart as rapidly as possible. Time for us all to get the hell out of here, I think. The cafe is closing now. He got the hell out before he was fired.
get the hell out (of) escape from a place or situation very quickly. informal
get the hell ˈout (of...) (spoken) get out of or leave a place very quickly: Here come the police. Let’s get the hell out of here. ♢ Get the hell out of my house and don’t come back!(Some people find the use of this idiom offensive.)
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Mostly because he made good money, but like I said, he was a big man and he was fair, but he could get mean enough to make a bull piss brown liquor or get the hell out
of his way.