the forward side of the heel, adjoining the shank of a shoe.
[heeld] /hild/ adjective 1. provided with a or . 2. provided with money; flush or wealthy (usually used in combination): one of the best-heeled families in town. 3. Slang. armed, especially with a gun. [heel] /hil/ noun 1. the back part of the human foot, below and behind the ankle. 2. an analogous part in […]
[hee-ler] /ˈhi lər/ noun 1. a person who shoes. 2. . /ˈhiːlə/ noun 1. (US) See ward heeler 2. a person or thing that heels 3. (Austral & NZ) a dog that herds cattle by biting at their heels n. 1660s, “one who puts heels on shoes and boots,” agent noun from heel (n.1). Meaning […]
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[heel] /hil/ noun 1. the back part of the human foot, below and behind the ankle. 2. an analogous part in other vertebrates. 3. either hind foot or hoof of some animals, as the horse. 4. the foot as a whole: He was hung by the heels. 5. the part of a stocking, shoe, or […]
noun, Nautical. 1. either of two lateral ballast tanks permitting an icebreaker to heel and crush ice to either side.