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kick up your heels

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishkick up your heelskick up your heelsto enjoy yourself a lot at a party, event etc The charity ball is a chance to kick up your heels and help a good cause. kick
Examples from the Corpus
kick up your heelsShe deserves to kick up her heels.This is your chance to kick up your heels and support this group of anonymous women artists.Women in cowgirl outfits kicked up their heels before an audience of 24,000.But perhaps you too are kicking up your heels elsewhere by now.Women in white boots, short shorts and frilly cowgirl outfits kicked up their heels on it.BThey kicked up their heels, spun, twirled and got down till dawn.
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