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Definition of "heeled" []

  • Having a heel or heels (adjective)
  • (in combination) (adjective)
  • Simple past tense and past participle of heel. (verb)

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  • Having a heel (often specified, as in high-heeled etc.). (adjective)
  • Prepared, especially armed with a weapon. (adjective)

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Use "heeled" in a sentence
  • "The Widow Weld was a musical-comedy sort of widow in French-heeled, patent-leather slippers and girlish gowns."
  • "I expect to die in French-heeled pumps and embroidered silk stockings and the finest, silliest silk things ever put in a show window to tempt the soul of a woman."
  • "These people could relax and give themselves up to enjoyment because they were "heeled" -- as a boy lieutenant slangily put it -- to"