heel

Part of speech: verb

To add a heel to.

Part of speech: verb

To tip or lean to one side; cant, as a ship.

Part of speech: noun

The hinder part of the foot or of a shoe, or something like it in position; lower end of a rafter; last part of a thing.

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Usage examples "heel":

  1. And he turned on his heel, leaving me speechless. - "The Maids of Paradise", Robert W. (Robert William) Chambers.
  2. His shoes were down at the heel, and his collar was open. - "Look Back on Happiness", Knut Hamsun.
  3. At any rate, he turned on his heel and left, after a nervous word or two. - "The Professor's Mystery", Wells Hastings Brian Hooker.