to hell with

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to hell with

  1. A phrase used to show displeasure or disregard to something.
    • 1897, Bram Stoker, Dracula Chapter 20
      "I don't want an elephant's soul, or any soul at all!" he said. For a few moments he sat despondently. Suddenly he jumped to his feet, with his eyes blazing and all the signs of intense cerebral excitement. "To hell with you and your souls!" he shouted. "Why do you plague me about souls? Haven't I got enough to worry, and pain, to distract me already, without thinking of souls?"