8 thoughts on “ Hill Of Beans ”

  1. Q From Spencer James: Recently the expression a hill of beans has been used by Samuel L Jackson in a Barclays commercial and also in a recent Vodafone commercial. But what does it actually mean? Several of us would love to know! A A hill of beans in colloquial American is a symbol for something of trifling value, as in expressions like “it ain’t worth a hill of beans”.
  2. amount to a hill of beans To be insignificant; to result in nothing. The boss is just mad right now—I think all of his new rules will amount to a hill of beans. See also: amount, bean, hill, of.
  3. Hill of beans definition, something of trifling value; virtually nothing at all: The problem didn't amount to a hill of beans. See more.
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  5. Hill of Beans Coffee + Creamery is located just inside Hill Library on the Brickyard. The location features Peet’s coffee, a selection of freshly-baked muffins and Howling Cow ice cream. Menu items and pricing subject to change without notice.
  6. Hill of Beans BBQ - Bypass S, # , Lawrenceburg, Kentucky - Rated based on 33 Reviews "Went at no Catfish and no offer to fry any, /5(34).
  7. Hill of beans definition: a very small amount or value; trifle | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples.
  8. Definition of hill of beans.: something of negligible importance or value —used chiefly in negative constructions doesn't amount to a hill of beans not worth a hill of beans.

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