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Definition of "heeling" []

  • Present participle of heel. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "heeling" in a sentence
  • "The only thing that can start the heeling is time."
  • "Look again at yesterday's pic and you'll notice the boat is 'heeling' or leaning over, so there is actually a breeze and the sails are 'sheeted' or pulled in."
  • "Ever since I found out that they make adult sizes I've been daydreaming about 'heeling' to work (just think how exciting that walk to and from London Bridge would be on wheels), about skating carefree-ly round Paul when we go shopping, and about generally being the coolest kid in the playground."