back part of the human foot; part of a boot or shoe supporting this
(cause to) lean over at an angle, ready to fall
"you dirty dog"
"The balloon heeled over"
"the wind made the vessel heel"
"The ship listed to starboard"
"heel that dance"
"heel a golf ball"
A muslin wrapper which fell loosely from her shoulders to her heels.
出自： E. Linklater
He..raised himself on his toes, and let himself sink..back on to his heels.
出自： M. Frayn
The whole tree heeled over like a ship, smashing everyone in its fall.
出自： G. K. Chesterton
The boat..heels until the..tube is immersed.
The boat heeled over in the strong wind.
船在大风吹袭下倾到了一边。 heel sth ⇔ over
They heeled the sloop well over, skimming it along to windward.