Hell And Half Of Georgia Meaning
(idiomatic, US) a very large region; everywhere
Example: 1946, Constance Noyes Robertson, The Unterrified, H. Holt and Co., page 426:
Seems to me I been on foot all over hell and half of Georgia, since this ruckus began.
2001, Sallie Bissell, In the Forest of Harm, page 262:
Idiot, she scolded herself. You've tracked Alex through hell and half of Georgia, only to fall in a stupid well!
2006, Ted G. Arthurs, Land with No Sun: A Year in Vietnam with the 173rd Airborne, page 23:
The hitch is that the ship is so powerfulâ€”it must be, to do the things for which it has been designedâ€”that its twin rotors blast away Hell and half of Georgia with the turbulence it causes on landing or taking off.