Translation of hellfire in Spanish:

hellfire

el fuego eterno, n.

Pronunciation /ˈhɛlˌfaɪ(ə)r//ˈhɛlfʌɪə/

noun

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    el fuego eterno
    el fuego del infierno
    • It's always possible to posit ‘optimism’ up until the point when the whole place actually erupts spontaneously into hellfire.
    • He plunged into his next project after watching a TV evangelist hurling threats of hellfire.
    • Though it was night and darkness had fallen, she could still make out one building, blazing like hellfire.
    • The power of the Puritan clergy was maintained by their terrifying hellfire sermons.
    • These sermons are not delivered in the old language of hellfire and damnation.
    • Just the name ‘Magic Boy’ conjures up images of a powerful young sorcerer who can raise the dead and rain hellfire down on his enemies.
    • We should not have had to threaten these responsible bodies with hellfire and brimstone before the conditions were improved.
    • They were a deep, piercing red, the color of hellfire.
    • The original readers of the New England Primer began their studies with the prospect of heaven ahead and hellfire behind and on both sides.
    • The pastor wags his finger at me in hellfire preaching mode.
    • Fantasising about being a saint in the city and obsessing on the prospect of eternal hellfire, Charlie realises he must atone for his sins.
    • Our worldview has been dictated to us by our parents, grandparents, teachers, priests, ministers and rabbis and enforced under penalty of hellfire.
    • Everything changes with the arrival of a reactionary Scots missionary preaching hellfire and damnation.
    • I decided that I might as well go down in a blaze of flames and hellfire if they can't read past my personal sentiments to try to understand my point of view.
    • And he preached anticommunist hellfire as well as anyone else on the circuit.
    • For the record, I was raised in a Christian home and both of my parents were ordained hellfire and brimstone ministers.
    • Personally, I was surprised that this film even received a G rating with all the talk of hellfire and damnation going around.
    • Often, to stress the moral as well as legal rectitude of the proceedings, a minister would go round when the notices were read out in English to threaten the people with hellfire in Gaelic if they showed any disobedience.
    • A hellfire preacher wearing desert-style camouflage fatigues was holding forth from a stage ringed in sand bags.
    • The fear of hellfire, coupled with the anger this concept inspired, motivated those hateful acts.