hell around

hell around

Sl. to go around making trouble or noise. Who are those kids who are out there helling around every night? They hell around because it's fun.
See also: around, hell

hell around

in. to go around making trouble or noise. Who are those kids who are out there helling around every night?
See also: around, hell
References in classic literature ?
It's going to be fair hell around here--what was that?
You go from running like hell around the pitch, tackling and smashing into people, then you have to compose yourself and hit a target.
His primary-school innocence clearly destroyed by the hell around him, he went on: "You could see the blade shining in the light.
Now Gordon will feel heat like the hobs of hell around him.
In a nutshell: ``I've got a bad feeling about this one,'' Dennehy declares, and so do we: Typical overheated (weather-wise and otherwise) disaster fare with swatches of expository mumbo-jumbo - don't panic the populace, intrepid reporter (Nancy McKeon) is warned as all goes to hell around her - interrupting scenes of elaborate mayhem.
Obviously, five years ago it would be hell around here, but five years ago I would be playing 35, maybe 40 minutes.
However, Mephistopheles "carries Hell around with him like a private climate: he's in it and it's in him" (p.
I am dreading running past Pendeen Lighthouse, It's going to be hell around there with all those hills.
He said: ``The popular image is that the students are causing merry hell around here, but most of our students are very well behaved and most of our residents are very tolerant.
It's an election year, and it seems everyone has a reason or two to gun for Franks' job or root for him to screw up; as things go to hell around him, Franks barks up a storm.