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reheel

Line breaks: re¦heel
Pronunciation: /riːˈhiːl
 
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Definition of reheel in English:

verb

[with object]
Fit (a shoe) with a new heel: take your clothes to the cleaners and your shoes to get reheeled
More example sentences
  • I accept that someone may be telling me to get my cowboy boots reheeled.
  • I'm fortunate in having a decent cobbler nearby, so I can get boots reheeled until the uppers collapse.
  • He has the sense to wear a nice suit in a dark navy wool but matches it with terrible, cheap loafers with a metal bar across the instep that are in desperate need of a polish and a reheel.

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