Definition of Take to one's heels

1. Verb. (idiomatic) To leave, especially to flee or run away. ¹



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Take To One's Heels

take the shadow for the substance
take the stage
take the stand
take the stump
take the veil
take the wheel
take the wind out of someone's sails
take things as they come
take time
take time by the forelock
take time off
take to
take to be
take to heart
take to one's bed
take to one's heels
take to pieces
take to task
take to the cleaners
take to the hills
take to the streets
take to the woods
take turns
take umbrage
take up
take up a collection
take up arms
take up the cudgel for
take up the gauntlet
take up with

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