heels

heels
n.

1) to click one's heels

2) built-up; high; low heels

3) to be at, on smb.'s heels ('to follow smb. closely')

4) (misc.) to cool one's heels ('to be kept waiting'); down at the heels ('shabby'); to kick up one's heels ('to be very lively'); to show one's heels ('to flee'); to take to one's heels ('to flee'); hard on smb.'s heels ('close to smb.')

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low heels
hard on smb. 's heels ('close to smb. ')
down at the heels ('shabby')
to kick up one's heels ('to be very lively')
to show one's heels ('to flee')
to take to one's heels ('to flee')
on smb. 's heels ('to follow smb. closely')
built-up
to be at
to click one's heels
(misc.) to cool one's heels ('to be kept waiting')

Combinatory dictionary. 2013.

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