Definition of low-heeled in English:

low-heeled

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adjective

  • (Of shoes) having low heels: wear low-heeled shoes with non-slip soles
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    • Her black low-heeled pumps match a pair of crisp wrist-length gloves beaded with dark sequins.
    • In the early 19th century the dapper first Duke of Wellington commissioned a low-heeled calf boot of soft leather.
    • She wore low-heeled sensible shoes and ankle socks.

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