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[ UK /nˈɛðəwˌɜːld/ ]
[ US /ˈnɛðɝˌwɝɫd/ ]
  1. (religion) the world of the dead
    No one goes to Hades with all his immense wealth
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How To Use netherworld In A Sentence

  • The game's protagonist, Laharl, a self-absorbed demon who also happens to be prince to the throne of the netherworld, is as unlikely a ‘hero’ as one could expect.
  • But he has lay dormant in the netherworld for centuries, beyond human's knowledge, but this about to change.
  • The local Indians, the Chumash, had a legend of something that translates roughly to ‘mouth of hell’ - a place where demons emerge from the netherworld and walk the earth.
  • By the time issue #12 came along, readers had been to Rann, a "netherworld," and a Nazi-friendly alternate Earth (complete with Nazi Challengers of the Unknown). Plan 9 From The 1983 Comic-Con, or Are You Smarter Than A DC Writer? | Robot 6 @ Comic Book Resources – Covering Comic Book News and Entertainment
  • ‘Trafficking was in a kind of netherworld,’ he says.
  • Forget the synthetic decadence of the Bravery - the real star of New York's sexually ambiguous netherworld is this male modern answer to Nina Simone.
  • What enraged and confused the censors was the film's approach to that strange netherworld between dreaming and waking states, in which so much unusual activity transpires.
  • The last thing anyone wants is for some bozo scientist to accidentally open a gateway to the netherworld, subsequently causing our reality to be overrun by demonic monstrosities.
  • The Pixies had already crossed over into the murky netherworld of alt-rock ‘legend’ status long before releasing their final album, Trompe Le Monde, in 1991.
  • His wealthy counterpart, however, is tormented in the netherworld.
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