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.
It's a completely different experience from walking out in a spangly costume and Cuban heels to perform a ballroom tango you've learned only four days previously.
Also, he's quite keen on Jazzy, but he'd need a pair of Cuban heels in order to reach.
I did eventually get the Beatle boots with their Cuban heels, and the uniform black polo neck sweater that at least marked me out as being from the generation that would change the world.
His injuries are said to have resulted from wearing Cuban heels, which boost his height.
There were Panama hats and Cuban heels aplenty as dancers from each country performed to traditional folk music to a
you guessed it, Bruce must dust off his Cuban heels to woo her.
I love classic black coats especially Crombies and Chelsea boots or Cuban heels.
When I was at school the problem was with hair grown much too long and wearing winkle-pickers with Cuban heels.
31 ( ANI ): Simon Cowell, who is already known for wearing Cuban heels, was seen attaining some more height by sitting on a cushion at a 'Britain's Got Talent' audition this week.
Tank tops, Cuban heels, bright floral shirts with enormous collars - not exactly Harry Hill but you get the drift.