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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of reheel.

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Examples

  • “He took all of my shoes to the shoemaker and reheeled them,” Heidi marveled.

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  • The narrow hall of his small shoe-repair shop is piled high with reheeled stilettos, resoled boots and polished oxfords.

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  • We soon realized that when a girl sets up shop on an island the size of Manhattan, it's not an easy task to figure out where she's going to go to get her hair cut, her eyebrows shaped, and her jeans hemmed -- let alone where she should take her shoes to get reheeled!

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  • Thank goodness someone keeps an eye on your hair - perhaps its time Big Sister put in a bossy word or two about a spot of lipstick and getting those boots reheeled for the winter!

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  • The boots were excellent leather and beautifully cut, but the cobbler had resoled and reheeled them again and again.

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  • De Waard drops off a pair of shoes to be reheeled at her favourite repairer on North Bridge Rd.

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  • Cheaper shoe menders just went to get my shoes reheeled at cobblers nest a tiny ladies heel £7.50 thats 50p more than kehoes. he did not get my custom will try tower bridge road tomorrow, im not mean could just not justify the price, i would rather put them in the bin

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  • The only thing that might make it better: If Hallowell took a cue from the name of the restaurant so I could have my shoes reheeled and polished while I stuffed my face with pizza.

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  • Take your favorites to the cobbler and have them shined, resoled and reheeled.

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  • The narrow hall of his small shoe-repair shop is piled high with reheeled stilettos, resoled boots and polished oxfords.

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