What is another word for hell or high water?

Pronunciation: [hˈɛl ɔː hˈa͡ɪ wˈɔːtə] (IPA)

The phrase "hell or high water" is a common expression used to refer to challenging situations that require resilience and unwavering determination. There are several synonyms for this phrase that can be used in place of the original expression. Such synonyms include "come rain or shine," "through thick and thin," "no matter what," "at all costs," "unwaveringly," "in good times and bad," "regardless," "unconditionally," and "undauntedly." All these synonyms have the same meaning as "hell or high water" and can be used interchangeably in any context to convey the same message of determination and perseverance in challenging situations.

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What are the hypernyms for Hell or high water?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

Famous quotes with Hell or high water

  • The man of genius is he and he alone who finds such joy in his art that he will work at it come hell or high water.
  • They all know I'm back, very much back, and that I will be the general president again come hell or high water.
    Jimmy Hoffa

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