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fire and brimstone

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfire and brimstonefire and brimstoneRRCa phrase describing Hell, used by some religious people fire
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fire and brimstoneBut Geneva rules will apply, except in so far as fire and brimstone will be permitted on a strictly controlled basis.She responded with some of her fire and brimstone stuff.At 19 though, he had lost his fire and brimstone and was withdrawn and melancholy.Reggie White delivered 10 minutes of fire and brimstone, condemning Williams as a devil in a blue-and-white uniform.Yet for all his proverbial fire and brimstone, my father was not a violent man.
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