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  • n. a contemptible person.


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  • Actually, I had a series of partners because I was a shit-heel to all of them, and nobody wanted to ride with me.

    Tough Customer

  • I called Catholic Charities and bowed out, called the little family and said good-bye, and then meandered around feeling like a shit-heel about it for years.

    Suz Redfearn: Can I Get a Granddad Up in Here?

  • I'm a recalcitrant shit-heel, and I'm very, very sorry.

    Will the Lib Dems stick up for their own policy?

  • Because these shit-heel Dodgers are making me nervous.


  • Just because a man she had been dating for weeks had turned out to be a married shit-heel didn't mean she should use that as an excuse to binge.


  • I got a man, Charlie Dawson, on his way to the Barnum Hotel right now, to tell that shit-heel Crockett he better haul his ass out here in a hurry if he hopes to dig you up alive, you damn quivering little worm.


  • In the midst of all this viscuous glop comes the movie's real Achilles 'Heel -- or should we say its Achilles shit-heel.

    Movie City News

  • "THINK ONLY THIS OF ME," he wrote in one of his last letters to Aherne, "that in some corner of a crummy foreign village there lives, for the time being, that old shit-heel from St. Petersburg -- Sanders."

    Self-Styled Siren

  • Indeed it's much easier to contemplate Sanders being an "old shit-heel" than the melancholy, broken person he was at the end, and it was easier to play parts that way, too.

    Self-Styled Siren

  • others are impressed with Brian's righteous dudgeon I'm just wondering which two bit shit-heel hack with the right moderate republican coloration will McGrory mark out for this time around?

    The Chimes at Midnight


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