to heel

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to heel

  1. Into submissive agreement or compliance.
    The dissident members of the party finally came to heel after the president's speech.

Interjection[edit]

to heel

  1. An order to an animal, by its master, not to stray far from him.
    Fido! Come back here! To heel!

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