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heeled

1. mod. alcohol intoxicated. Man, were those guys heeled!
2. mod. carrying drugs. (Drugs.) Shorty is heeled and ready to deal.
See also: heel
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The main-sheet tautened with a brisk rattling of the blocks, the boom uplifted, the sail bellied out, and the Reindeer heeled over--over, and over, till the lee-rail went under, the cabin windows went under, and the bay began to pour in over the cockpit rail.
They brought the cow alongside the boat, which was heeled towards her; then placing two oars under her belly, with their ends resting on the gunwale, by the aid of these levers they fairly tumbled the poor beast heels over head into the bottom of the boat, and then lashed her down with ropes.
The Martinez heeled over, sharply, and there was a crashing and rending of timber.
From privileged rulers to hyper-sexualized rock stars this provocative exhibition will explore the history of men in heels from the early 1600s to today, delving into the use and meanings of heeled footwear in men's dress over the last four hundred years.
A heeled gait strains the muscles instead of the tendons, meaning that women who wear them to work everyday use up more energy when walking.
In Ancient Greece actors playing tragic roles wore heeled shoes to give them height.
Alexander Wang has created beautiful metallic heeled loafers, with tassel detail - while Lanvin and Stella McCartney created loafers with a Cuban-style heel for a statement look.
Stop wearing flat sandals, high heeled shoes and all those ill-fitting footwear for prolonged periods, as they put a strain on your heel and aggravate the pain.
is unrepentant on his towering design and reckons there's be a stampede (probably of women in rather lower heeled footwear) when he launches, based on the success of a range with heels measuring 5.