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high heels

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhigh heelsˌhigh ˈheels noun [plural]  women’s shoes with high heels
Examples from the Corpus
high heelsOn the ground, our black high heels had to measure at least three inches.Every time he shoved her back toward the hotel, she tripped on her high heels.Invariably our toes are unnaturally cramped into odd-shaped shoes and the feet raised because we choose to teeter around in high heels!Under our summer dresses we wore full petticoats with hoops and white high heels.With high heels she stood at least an inch over me.This mournfully bright menial Val wore high heels and a black beret.
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