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hell mend (one)

An exclamation showing one's anger or irritation with someone else. I can't believe he stole my idea—hell mend him!
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She ended the call by saying: "If I see you again, f*** hell mend you.
He stood at the top of my stairs, three floors up, hell mend him, and looked at me like I had burned a down an orphanage.
"If there's no significant improvement, then hell mend him."
If that doesn't deter any yobs who have attached themselves to Chelsea or Man United then hell mend them.
If they select the former, then hell mend them - they are not worthy of the great club they claim to support.
As they contemplate the wreckage of disastrous European elections that delivered both Tories and Labour their worst ever results, Scotland has every right to say: Hell mend you.
Thankfully, there isn't a leotard in sight - but hell mend any boys who don't embrace their inner locust and treat the hour-long sessions seriously.
We got a grand total of TWO and neither could be printed in a family newspaper, so Hell mend ye, I'm keeping the beers for myself.
Hell mend the Washington tournament organiser who criticised him for pulling out the following day, claiming 'giving up' was a bad example to kids.
Or might they just go down the FIFA way and hell mend us?
That 1200 Govan workers have been sacrificed on the altar of Cabinet in-fighting and anti-Scottish bias ("We don't have many MPs up there so hell mend the Jocks," may be the just-below-the-surface attitude) is in little doubt.
If a mix of interpretive dance stand-up, surreal humour and a frontman who could be Viggo Mortenssen's wee brother sounds up your street, the hell mend you.
Deila doesn't put up with that kind of thing and if that's the case then hell mend him.
It's the same clubs year in, year out and hell mend any side that tries to chisel away at the glass ceiling.