(of a boat or ship) lean over owing to the pressure of wind or an uneven load
the boat heeled in the freshening breeze
the Mary Rose heeled over and sank in 1545
an instance of a ship heeling.
the back part of the human foot below the ankle.
the part of the palm of the hand next to the wrist
he rubbed the heel of his hand against the window
the end of a violin bow at which it is held.
an inconsiderate or untrustworthy person
what kind of a heel do you think I am?
fit or renew a heel on (a shoe or boot)
they were soling and heeling heavy working boots
(of a dog) follow closely behind its owner
these dogs are born with the instinctive urge to heel
strike (the ball) with the heel of the club.
push or kick (the ball) out of the back of the scrum with one's heel
the ball was eventually heeled out
touch the ground with the heel when dancing
they got into lines and began to heel, toe, and then jump together
a command to a dog to walk close behind its owner.
set a plant in the ground and cover its roots
the plants can be heeled in together in a sheltered spot