Definition of 'hacked off'
Example sentences containing 'hacked off'
One, the inmate, was tall and beautiful, with hair that looked as if chunks had been hacked off with a knife.THE SCAR
They might try to splice the wires, but if he hacked off a long enough section it would buy additional time.CORMORANT
She was jealous, hacked off with the producer, but mostly with herself, surprised that even from a hospital bed it could matter so much.THE TOUCH OF INNOCENTS
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