Synonyms of heel in English:

heel1

noun

Phrases

bring someone/something to heel

organized crime and corruption have not yet been brought to heel subjugateconquervanquishdefeatcrushquellquashgain mastery overgain ascendancy overgain control ofbring under the yokebring someone to their kneesovercomeoverpowertamebreak informallickclobberhammerwipe the floor withwalk all over

take to one's heels

he shouted a warning and took to his heels
[Antonyms] stay put
run awayrun offmake a run for itrun for ittake flightmake offtake offmake a break for itboltfleebeat a (hasty) retreatmake a quick exitmake one's getawayescapehead for the hills informalbeat itclear offclear outvamooseskedaddlesplitcut and runleg ithightail ithotfoot itshow a clean pair of heelsturn tailscramhook itfly the coopskip offdo a fadeBritish informaldo a runnerscarperdo a bunkNorth American informallight outbug outcut outpeel outtake a powderskidooAustralian informalgo throughshoot through archaicflylevant

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heel2

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