sure as hell

*sure as hell

Inf. very sure. (Use discretion with hell. *Also: as ~.) As sure as hell, III be there on time. As sure as hell he did it!
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sure as hell

surely He may not be a college graduate, but he sure as hell knows how to run a business.
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sure as hell

  (American & Australian very informal)
something that you say to emphasize that you are very angry or determined about something I sure as hell wish I'd never asked him to my house.
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sure as hell

verb
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These dudes sure as hell have gone a long way from the little street oriented spot of the first days to the concrete monstrosity of today.
She sure as hell didn't make that kind of money playing tennis.
Hate is hate, and we sure as hell aren't going to drink to it with a Coors
I sure as hell didn't mean for people to crush human values and morality.
I that doesn't outdistance Dylan it sure as hell keeps up with him.
I do not want to stay in this place, and I sure as hell don't want to come back home.
Hey Jake, though you probably do not remember me, I sure as hell remember you.
If nurses can catch HIV from the infected blood of patients, it can sure as hell happen the other way round.
Although I haven't ever had plastic surgery, I sure as hell would when and if I ever felt that doing so would make me more comfortable with myself.
If you really want to know who's responsible for the budget deficit, go to a mirror, look yourself straight in the eye, and say: "I'M sure as hell not responsible