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raise hell

(with something) Go to raise the devil (with something).
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raise hell

1. to behave in a way that is not controlled He never skipped classes or got into fights or raised hell.
2. to loudly argue or make demands I've been calling them every day, raising hell about it, but they told me I may have to wait until Thursday to get the software.
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raise hell

 
1. to complain in a loud and angry way about something She raised hell when she realized her office had no windows.
2. (mainly American) to behave in a noisy or wild way that upsets other people A group of kids were raising hell in the street.
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raise hell

see under raise Cain.
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raise hell

1. tv. to make a lot of trouble; to go on a rampage. Stop raising hell so much of the time!
2. tv. to go on a drinking spree and get drunk. Let’s go out and really raise hell.
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raise hell

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raise hell

verb
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Also featured are Oppenheim's "surrogate performers"--the manic, mechanical puppet-stars of Theme for a Major Hit, 1974, and Attempt to Raise Hell, 1974.
The slightest moisture rise can raise hell with the process," says Corbett.
I thought my daddy would raise hell with old Judge Crenshaw, but he wouldn't even look him in the eyes.
Because there isn't a single guy in the bar with a scar, an earring, or a tattoo reading #Born to Raise Hell.
Winner of his maiden hurdle on this track, Raise Hell recovered from a terrible mistake in mid-race to finish fourth to Pass The Hat at Limerick last time and might be capable of making amends today.
45), Touch The Eden, looked useful when winning on his Irish debut at Thurles but, as visually impressive as that was, he beat only moderate stable companion Raise Hell and Killshallago.
Marine paratroopers, every piece of written information that author James Christ could unearth, Mission Raise Hell reveals the true story of a gritty and dangerous operation.
Dardevil Mary Lambert proved she can raise hell with the best of `em when she led a Harley Davison ride for charity.
We shall raise hell on Americans,''one of the men said on a videotape.
When the park opened, a bunch of Vans guys and others came to town to shred and generally raise hell, and then the place settled into normal operation.
The play is basically a nostalgia-fest where a group of senior citizens recall their lost youth while attempting to raise hell in the present.
Let's hustle back out there, team, raise hell, have fun, and fight, fight, fight.
The champion trainer should bookend the card with odds-on wins for Raise Hell and the well-regarded newcomer Un Beau Roman.
The relentless Born To raise Hell has the crowd bellowing along with every word before they introduce Just 'Cos You've Got The Power with the admission "This next one's a slow one.
I am disgusted that my best friend can barely afford to raise her two 8-month-old children in a two-parent household, but these guests of the state I see every day can raise hell when it's too hot, too cold, the TV is broken, the phones don't work or they don't have privacy in the showers.