An abbreviated yet famous line coined by William Congreve (1670-1729),an English playwright and poet. The entire quote reads "Heaven has no rage like love to hatred turned, Nor hell a fury like a woman scorned," spoken by Perez in Act 3, Scene 2, The Mourning Bride (1697).

Contemporary usage of the phrase "Hell Hath No Fury" refers to the pinnacle of anger that has been attained by a jilted broad.
Nothing is more ferocious than a woman whose been rejected in love, as evidenced by the hammer thrown through my windshield late last night. Hell hath no fury.
by DontBelieveTheHype March 11, 2009
The act of making a woman so furious that nothing will satisfy them but destruction of the object or person they loathe.
Dan: Man, my ex-girlfriend is crazy! She keyed my car!

Sam: Well, hell hath no fury like a woman scorned.
by magicschoolbusdropout August 2, 2020
The pinnacle of anger that has been attained by a jilted broad. Trust me, this is the most pissed off state of mind that a woman can get into...perhaps borderline homicidal...if not take heed, dawgs!
After being caught by his wife with his pants down with the neighbor in the back seat of his Chevette, Ray was subsequently "bobbited" and then castrated by his ball-and-chain during her storm of fury. Hell hath no fury like an unsuspecting mule about to be saddled with two, 10-foot kayaks.
by weave November 25, 2003