Definition of roundheel in English:

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roundheel

Pronunciation: /ˈraʊndhiːl/

noun

North American informal
A promiscuous woman: these roundheels that crumb a place up just by walking through the lobby

Derivatives

roundheeled

adjective

Origin

1950s: with reference to worn-down heels, allowing the wearer to lean backwards.

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