Cuban heel


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Cuban heel

n.
1. A broad heel of moderate height with a slightly tapered back and straight front, used in shoes and some boots.
2. A reinforced heel on a stocking.

Cuban heel

n
(Clothing & Fashion) a moderately high heel for a shoe or boot

Cu′ban heel′


n.
a broad heel of medium height, slightly tapered at the back.
[1905–10]

Cuban heel

A broad, moderately high, tapering heel on a boot or shoe.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.Cuban heel - a broad heel of medium height on women's shoes
heel - the bottom of a shoe or boot; the back part of a shoe or boot that touches the ground and provides elevation
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Saxon smiled with appreciation, pointed out her foot, velvet-slippered with high Cuban heels, and slightly lifted the tight black skirt, exposing a trim ankle and delicate swell of calf, the white flesh gleaming through the thinnest and flimsiest of fifty-cent black silk stockings.
15PM Al Pacino is funny and scarily intense as hoodlum Cuban heel in Brian De Palma's operatic Miami vice epic.
In the men's line up you will find the Cuban heel Latin Salsa Dance shoes in Black and White leather that are low in weight and styled like no other.
They also produce a ballroom Oxford in both a regular or 2-inch Cuban heel.
You know, those cool new ones with the tall, thick Cuban heel and rounded toe.
I was now hanging on to its neck and my Cuban heel boots were stuck in the stirrups in mid-air behind me.
Zeyzani boots are available in above-the-knee, knee high, cowboy, stiletto heel, Cuban heel, short heel, and flat styles.
Dante, resplendent in crimson suit and black Cuban heel boots, demanded the house lights in the darkened tent be turned up so he could see the crowd.
Never put a red sock in with your whites," and with that he turned on his Cuban heel and flounced off in a cloud of talcum powder.
In his prime, he's poisoned by greed and ambition as the Cuban heel in Brian De Palma's Miami vice.
He's a Cuban, and he's also a Cuban heel, spending each lesson feeding cheesy lines to the newest girl in the class.