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heel

1. informal A disreputable, dishonest, or unscrupulous person. Sarah's first husband turned out to be a total heel. Thank God she had the sense to leave him when she did. The salesperson was a real heel, using every dishonest trick in the book to secure a sale.
2. In professional wrestling, a wrestler who portrays the villain of the performance. I firmly believe that "Rowdy" Roddy Piper was the greatest heel in all of the WWE, and you'll never convince me otherwise. She's the classic heel, the wrestler that everybody loves to hate.
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heel

n. a low and despicable man. The guy is a heel, and he seems to work at it, too.
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When to see your GP See your GP or a podiatrist if you've had persistent heel pain for a number of weeks and it hasn't cleared up.
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When standing in high heels, the body's centre of gravity is shifted forward.
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My heavy duty boots with their deep moulded chunky heels and soles are perfect for inclement weather, but with one major drawback - every step packed more snow under the heel and after only a few steps, you guessed it, I was tottering on high heels.
At present, there is no government regulation regarding the wearing of high heels in the workplace and the decision is left to the discretion of employers.
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Mintel senior fashion analyst Tamara Sender said: "For the first time ever sales of trainers have overtaken high heels."
Mum-of-two Chyna said: "I love wearing heels. I love the feeling of femininity, the empowerment and, as I am only 5ft 4in, being at eye level with those around me.
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Heels have also been a controversial symbol in the battleground of sexual politics.
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