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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 appearance of women's high heeled shoes is precisely what makes the shoes uncomfortable and potentially hazardous.
However, the debate over whether skilled high heeled walkers are born or made has still not been answered.
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.
Traveling through countries and decades, heeled footwear morphed into recognizable form during the flapper era of the 1920s.
YOU'RE on a night out, you've spent an age getting ready and your gorgeous high heeled shoes carefully match the outfit.
Years of treating numerous aching feet and making thousands of orthotics led me to the conclusion that women are simply not meant to wear high heeled shoes," said Heeluxe Founder, Dr.
I wore five inch heels to an Olympics-inspired sports event last week and I wore heeled brogues to the Ryder Cup.