(one) will kill (someone)

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(one) will kill (someone)

One will be extremely, belligerently angry with someone (though not with an actual intent to kill them). Mom will kill you if she finds out you broke her antique vase! I swear, I'll kill him if he goes poking his nose in my room again.
See also: kill, will
References in classic literature ?
"They'll kill him if they get scared about their land."
"They'll kill poor Porthos when he comes up," said Aramis.
"You can't make mistakes like that against good side like Brora as they'll kill the game, like they did."
"When you play the Kilkennys or Galways, if you have patches, they'll kill you.
It's also the episode where Mannat's mother continuously gets threatening phone calls telling her to stop her daughter from going to court or they'll kill her.
In South Africa, that's why a lot of people are leaving is because they'll kill you for your cellphone, for nothing.
"If the government catches you, they'll kill you," Ryan warns his star reporter.
They'll kill me!" Princess Diana told her makeup artist, Barbara Daly.
That, say the Brexiteers, is why they'll kill Theresa May's Chequers deal, deposing her if necessary, and forcing a General Election under a new leader.
It's a final, they (Liverpool) haven't played in a lot of them, but they'll kill themselves for this and we know it."
If they are gonna kill us, they'll kill us in a group.
Democrats are insisting on an alternative lasting only several days -- which they think would pressure Republicans to cut an immigration deal -- and say they'll kill the three-week version when the Senate votes on it by early Monday.
What's clear, however, is that if they do, they won't make America great again - they'll kill the very things that made it great.