go to blazes


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go to blazes

rude slang An expression of angry dismissal or contempt. How can you say such an awful thing to me? Go to blazes!
See also: blaze, go

Go to blazes!

Inf. Go to hell! Go to blazes! Stop pestering me! I'm sick of your complaining. Go to blazes!
See also: go

Go to blazes!

and Go to the devil!
exclam. Go to hell! Go to blazes! Stop pestering me! You can just go to the devil!
See also: go
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He noted that those sponsoring thugs are of the opinion that if they don't win, the country should go to hell, insisting however that with President Muhammadu Buhari at the helms of the affair, the country will not go to blazes.
Perhaps they want to keep their cards close to their chest as they try to identify what is winnable and what might lead to other EU memberstates telling Britain to go to blazes and stew in our own juice.
I was tipped off by Sir Anthony Meyer, Tory MP for West Flint, who told his whips to go to blazes! But others did the dirty work and left me no debating time.
GO TO BLAZES: Lecturers line up to destroy the university's no-strike contracts Picture: JOHN MARSDEN
'My reply was this: 'You go to blazes and take the trainer with you.' It wasn't a very kind reply but, as a matter of fact, I had only just tumbled into bed after a hectic night with a few of the boys from Huddersfield.
GO TO BLAZES (Ch4, 1.55pm - 3.30pm) Petty crook Dave King steals a fire engine in laboured slapstick.
I wish that we were economically strong enough to tell Whitehall to go to blazes!
It seems to me the public can go to blazes and are lumbered with the consequences of any planning granted!
Fireman Graham Rollings has devoted his life to saving people in danger - but he seems to think his own family can go to blazes.
It is always the same, the people in power have the money while the rest of us can go to blazes.
ONE-TIME slaphead John Hartson has been told to baldly go to blazes by advertising watchdogs.