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turn/spin on your heel

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishturn/spin on your heelturn/spin on your heelwrittenTURN to suddenly turn away from someone, especially in an angry or rude way Before anyone could say a word, he turned on his heel and walked out of the room. heel
Examples from the Corpus
turn/spin on your heelCooper turned on his heels and walked away.Suddenly, the boar had been faced with a cliff too steep to climb and had turned on its heel.Then, without a word, he turned on his heel and left the room.He turned on his heel and went into the dining room.I turned on my heel and left the room.Seifert turned on his heels and stomped away in anger.Then she turned on her heel and we marched back down the hall.She turned on her heel and vanished into the murk.
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