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.
See also: get, hell, out

get the hell out

  (very informal!)
to leave a place very quickly (usually + of ) We didn't stop to argue, we just got the hell out of there. (often an order) Get the hell out of my house, before I call the cops.
See also: get, hell, out
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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.