[ UK /ɪnfˈɜːnə‍ʊ/ ]
[ US /ˌɪnˈfɝˌnoʊ/ ]
  1. (Christianity) the abode of Satan and the forces of evil; where sinners suffer eternal punishment
    Hell is paved with good intentions
    Hurl'd headlong...To bottomless perdition, there to dwell
    a demon from the depths of the pit
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How To Use Inferno In A Sentence

  • For 10,000,000 years during the Miocene, Pliocene and Pleistocene epochs this area was a fiery inferno of constant volcanic activity and magnificent giants such as the Grizaba, La Malinche, Iztaccihuatl, Popocatepetl, Volcan de Toluca and Volcan de Colima, along with thousands of smaller volcanic cones, came into eruptive existence. The geology and geography of Lake Chapala and western Mexico
  • He can turn the state of lonely self-loathing into a veritable inferno of seething threats, fans, mockers, competitors.
  • Many believers accept the broad seven deadly sins or "capital vices" laid down in the 6th century by Pope Gregory the Great and popularised in the Middle Ages by Aquinas, and by Dante in The Inferno.
  • Flames shot 30ft in the air as 100 firefighters tackled the inferno near where many film companies are based. The Sun
  • Given that Interzone took its name from Burroughs's city, I think its fair to say that while "Jingling Geordie's Hole" lies, as I recall, at the extreme end of its output at that time, a certain "fucked-up" aesthetic was at play in those early days of the magazine, before Cyberpunk, before the New Space Opera, before the New Weird, or Mundane-SF, or even Infernokrusher. Why Do I Infernokrush?
  • But when they set fire to the wood, it sparked a massive inferno. The Sun
  • Furthermore, Dante's work is divided into three canticles (the Inferno, Purgatory and Paradise) and each canticle is then divided into thirty-three cantos.
  • They say the inferno was a mass suicide orchestrated by Koresh, who had predicted an attack and told followers to be ready to die for him in a fire that would take them all to heaven. Surviving Davidians mark tragedy’s
  • Out in the front, the diners enjoy heavenly food; in the back, those dishes are prepared in hell's kitchen - an inferno of flame, smoke, sweated labour and shouted curses.
  • And so we poured gas down every cavernous hole we found, and then exploded them with torches, setting the caves on fire like raw infernos.
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