If you are kicking your heels, you are having to wait around with nothing to do, so that you get bored or impatient. The authorities wouldn't grant us permission to fly all the way down to San Francisco, so I had to kick my heels at Tunis Airport
The part of the foot directly below the ankle and behind the arch and Described in the FOOTWORK section, abbreviated 'H', or 'HF' (for Heel-Flat) A 'Heel' step is taken first with the heel in contact with the floor and then with the whole foot flat (The 'Flat' is usually implied) HEEL-BALL TWIST TURN: A type of Twist Turn taken with the weight distributed equally between feet, on the heel of one foot, and the ball of the other The turn is executed by crossing one foot either in front of or behind the other, and then twisting in the direction of the forward foot When the turn is complete, the feet will have closed into first position, having turned approximately ¾ of a full turn Also known as a 'Corkscrew'
The tilt of a boat to one side caused by the pressure of wind on the sail This is the normal, stable position when sailing
(noun) The opposite of a face The heel is the "bad guy" and is usually characterized by somebody who cheats and badmouths the fans
emphasis If you say that someone is hot on your heels, you are emphasizing that they are chasing you and are not very far behind you. They sped through the American southwest with the law hot on their heels
If you dig your heels in or dig in your heels, you refuse to do something such as change your opinions or plans, especially when someone is trying very hard to make you do so. It was really the British who, by digging their heels in, prevented any last-minute deal
The back part of any covering for the foot Usually it refers to the solid part projecting downward from the back part of the sole of a shoe
 The end of the brake shoe which rests against the anchor pin See brake shoe heel
tilt to one side; "The balloon heeled over"; "the wind made the vessel heel"; "The ship listed to starboard"
the bottom of a shoe or boot; the back part of a shoe or boot that touches the ground (golf) the part of the clubhead where it joins the shaft the lower end of a ship's mast the back part of the human foot one of the crusty ends of a loaf of bread put a new heel on; "heel shoes"
a weak part of someone's character, which could cause them to fail at something (From the story that the ancient Greek hero Achilles was dipped as a baby into the river Styx to protect him, but the part of his heel he was held by did not get wet, and so remained unprotected)
Something that is down-at-heel is in a in bad condition because it has been used too much or has not been looked after properly. If you say that someone is down-at-heel, you mean that they are wearing old, worn clothes because they have little money. a down-at-heel disco in central East Berlin. a down-at-heel waitress in a greasy New York diner. = shabby. unattractive and not well cared for, because of a lack of money
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