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- Having a heel (often of a specified type, as in high-heeled etc.).
- (archaic) Prepared, especially armed with a weapon. [from 19th c.]
- 1903, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, The Adventure of the Dancing Men, Norton, published 2005, page 896:
- I was heeled also, and I held up my gun to scare him off and let me get away.
- (slang) Wealthy; having enough money. [from 19th c.]
compound adjectives of the sense “having a heel of some type”