Kick up your heels - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
kick up your heels
kick up (one's) heels
To enjoy oneself without restraint. Now that that big acquisition is finally over, we can kick up our heels and celebrate!
kick up your heels BRITISH
If you kick up your heels, you enjoy yourself a lot, for example at a party. Lucia was spotted kicking up her heels in the Tangiers Club. After years of working hard and raising all those children, I could kick up my heels and go entirely where I wanted to. Note: This refers to a horse that has been released into a field, as horses commonly do this as they gallop off.
kick up your heels have a lively, enjoyable time. chiefly North American
kick up your ˈheels (informal, especially American English) be relaxed and enjoy yourself: Now that he’s more confident in his job, perhaps he can kick up his heels and stop looking so worried all the time.
References in periodicals archive
The sandals aren't the easiest footwear to kick up your heels
to have some fun in - and one model ended up stumbling rather than strutting down the runway after losing her balance.
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