We line up weeping in a sunlit room
Sunlit places are brightly lit by the sun.
①But not all food comes from the sunlit world above.
②He was now in a small thicket of trees. He could see a sunlit river glittering through their trunks.
All the hell you gave me?
You can use from hell after a noun when you are emphasizing that something or someone is extremely unpleasant or evil.
He's a child from hell.
She is the bitch from hell.
②give sb hell 让某人受罪、呵斥、申斥
If you say that someone gives you hell, you are emphasizing that they shout at you very angrily because of something you have done wrong.
My father saw this in the newspaper and he gave me absolute hell.
③like hell 非常、极其；绝不、不对
Some people use like hell to emphasize how strong an action or quality is.
It hurts like hell.
I missed her like hell.
④go to hell 吃苦; 很糟糕; 活见鬼;
If you tell someone to go to hell, you are angrily telling them to go away and leave you alone.
'Well, you can go to hell!' He swept out of the room.
Look at how my tears ricochet
vi. 跳飞 vt. 使跳飞
When a bullet ricochets, it hits a surface and bounces away from it.
①Although the news largely escaped attention in the media, it ricocheted through the world of infectious disease experts.
②The bullet ricocheted from the wall.
③The bullets ricocheted off the stones.
Tossing out blame
If you toss something somewhere, you throw it there lightly, often in a rather careless way.
①I toss out clothes once or twice a year.
②That mean old grinch tossed out all of our ornaments.