inferno

[ in-fur-noh; for 3 also Italian een-fer-naw ]SEE DEFINITION OF inferno
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So, she went through the inferno of days and nights in a dreariness of suffering that was deadly.

We stood now on the rim of the crater, looking straight into the inferno.

And here, in this inferno of luggage, was White Fang deserted by the master.

It was an inferno of shifting lights and long leaping shadows.

What stories they had to tell of the inferno they had come from!

The latter wrote the 'Inferno,' the 'Purgatorio,' the 'Paradiso.'

Thanks to the patriot's influence, the Paradise was soon to become an Inferno.

We had then penetrated into Manuel's inferno, too deep to be seen by them.

Dante could have found new horrors for the "Inferno" in the voyage as I made it.

The bagpipes are a good thing in their place, but their place is with Dante and his Inferno.

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