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heir, n. 1. inheritor, heritor, heir apparent, heir at law, heiress, heritress, inheritrix; coheir, coheiress, joint heir, Law. parcener; successor, Inf. next in line, follower; beneficiary, recipient, receiver, devisee, legatee, Law. reversioner; Both Law. executor, donee.
2. descendant, scion, offspring; children, progeny, brood, spawn, issue, seed, posterity, future generations.

helix, n. spiral, screw, thread, corkscrew, whorl, twist, volute; coil, loop, ring, circumvolution; curl, curlicue, ringlet, tendril.

hell, n. 1. the lower world, abode of evil spirits, inferno, Pandemonium, perdition; abyss, bottomless pit, hellfire, fire and brimstone, eternal fires; Gehenna, Class. Myth. Tartarus, Hinduism. Naraka, Scand. Myth. Niflheim, Bible. Tophet, Buddhism. Avichi, Abaddon, Class. Myth. Erebus.
2. torment, misery, suffering, affliction, anguish, agony, dolor, passion; wretchedness, despair, woe, bale, desolation; torture, rack, pang, throe; holocaust, horror, nightmare; punishment, condemnation, puni-tion, retribution.
3. censure, criticism, disapprobation, objection; upbraiding, scolding, castigation, reprehension; invective, vituperation, objurgation.
4.
powers of evil, powers of darkness, devils, demons, fiends, fallen angels, apostate angels; evil spirits, demonkind, demoniac forces, hosts of hell.
5. abode of the dead, underworld, nether regions, grave;
Heb. Myth. Sheol, Hades, Orcus, Dis, Avernus.
6. catch hell
Slang, be scolded, be reprimanded, be
reproached, be chided;
Inf. get yelled at, Inf. catch the
dickens,
SI. get it.
7. hell of a
Slang,

a. very bad, disagreeable, unpleasant, terrible, horrible, awful,
b. extraordinary, notable, noteworthy, outstanding, exceptional, great, grand,

c. very, extremely, excessively, exceedingly, remarkably, quite, utterly.
8. raise hell
Slang,

a. revel, romp, riot, carouse, party, Inf. raise the roof, SI. raise Cain.
b. object, protest, complain, remonstrate, expostulate, disapprove, deplore; grumble, growl, groan, grouse.

hellbent, adj. dogged, set on, persistent. See - determined.

Hellenic, adj. Hellenistic, Grecian, Greek, Athenian, Attic; Golden-Age, Periclean, classical; elegant, exquisite, well-proportioned, balanced, ordered; cultured; refined, pure, chaste, simple, clean; tight, spare, lean.

hellish, adj. 1. diabolical, fiendish, ghoulish, hell-born, infernal; demonic, demoniac, demoniacal, devilish, satanic, Mephistophelian.
2. inhuman, barbarous, barbaric, savage, Tartarian, Hunnish, Vandalic; brutal, brutish, murderous, slaughterous, bloodthirsty, sanguinary, sadistic, bestial, ogreish; terrible, harsh, fell, truculent; ferocious, ruthless, vicious, feral, ferine; pitiless, merciless, heartless, unkind, unfeeling, cruel, hard-hearted, stony-hearted, cold-blooded; unrelenting, relentless, remorseless, inexorable.
3. wicked, iniquitous, evil, sinful, odious,
Obs. scelerous; impious, unholy, ungodly, godless; base, vile, sinister, dire, dark, dreadful, baleful, black; blackhearted, corrupt, depraved, Archaic, facinorous; profligate, immoral, dissolute, vitiated, perverted, perverse; pestilential, malevolent, malicious, malign, maleficent, malefic, venomous; nefarious, flagitious, unspeakable, villainous, heinous; damnable, abominable, execrable, horrible, horrid, horrendous, miserable; hideous, monstrous, atrocious, accursed; hateful, detestable, infamous, despicable, loathsome, abhorrent.
4.
Class Myth. Hadean, Plutonian, Plutonic, Stygian, Styxian, Tartatean, Acherontal, Cocytean, Phlegethontal, Avernal; pandemoniac, chthonian, chthonic.

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