hell-for-leather hell-for-leather


  • (adv) at breakneck speed


  1. The maxim was drilled into George Creel, Gene Fowler, many another bright pupil in the Post's hell-for-leather journalism school.
  2. She swept down the dizzying de scent with the verve and hell-for-leather dash of a man.


  • Rheta Grimsley Johnson: A toast to a 'wet' county

    It's a long seven hours up to the hills from the Mississippi Gulf Coast, no matter if you stop to walk the dogs and grab a bite or ignore all urges and detours and simply hell-for-leather on.
    on June 14, 2013     Source: Montgomery Advertiser

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