The bear he laughed hearty 'n scratched the ground like Sam Hill, 'n flung the dirt higher'n his head.
Why in Sam Hill can't a man and a woman get married without all this fuss?
You've got the goods, and, by Sam Hill, we mean to have 'em!'
I hated worse 'n Sam Hill to see that Morris chair go back—you liked it so.
One day a neighbor came across Willie hustling like old Sam Hill to reload a wagon of hay which had overturned.
Well, Sam Hill met him, found out what he was about, and kinder surmised what it all meant.
Wall, the night came 'round and Sam Hill was the only one that turned up at the time app'inted.
One afternoon, I heard her giving him a Sam Hill of a blow-up and met him in the hall soon afterward.
People cannot see "why the Sam Hill" anyone wants to walk the highway when the rails make a bee-line for the destination.
I do everything not to disturb herand here you crazy young-ones are raising particular Sam Hill out there in that open lot!
euphemism for "Hell," 1839, American English, of unknown origin.
Hell: Where in Sam Hill do you think you're going?
[1839+; an echoic euphemism]