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down-at-heel

[doun-uht-heel]
adjective
of a shabby, run-down appearance; seedy: He is rapidly becoming a down-at-heel drifter and a drunk.
Also, down-at-the-heel, down-at-heels, down-at-the-heels.


Origin:
1695–1705

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