If Kiddie wasn't so all-fired scrupulous about truth an' justice, he'd make a passable magistrate.
But what is there so all-fired good about 'em to make 'em sell like that?'
I guess, Silas,' says I, 'that you've made an all-fired fool of yerself.
It's an all-fired outrage to tell any human creature that he's bound to hell.
If he dealt the cards he would get an all-fired hand himself, and if I dealt him nothing he'd bluff me right up the chimney.
Then after you get used to the rope wabbling so all-fired fast, you can do it like a mice.
They're all-fired fast, but it's funny how they stop when you tackle them.
"It's been all-fired lonely with both you an' her gone," said Mormon.
I'm a good enough Yank to see if your dinky police is such an all-fired cute little bunch of wonder-workers as you say!
She was so all-fired mad that she come to me and wanted him 'rested.
: He's got an all-fired lot of nerve
To an extreme or extravagant degree: Don't be so all-fired stupid
[1800s+; a euphemism for hell-fired]