Heel and Sneak

Heel

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Heel noun – A person whose behavior is offensive to others.
Sneak and heel are semantically related In some cases you can use "Sneak" instead a noun "Heel".
Nearby Words: heeled, heeling, heelpiece
Synonyms for Heel

Sneak

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Sneak noun – Someone who acts in a sly and secret manner.
Heel and sneak are semantically related in person who is very dishonest topic. Sometimes you can use "Heel" instead a noun "Sneak".
Nearby Words: sneaky, sneaking, sneaked, sneaker
Synonyms for Sneak

How words are described

typical typical heel typical sneak
dirty dirty heel dirty sneak
successful successful heel successful sneak
serious serious heel serious sneak
Other adjectives: bad, black.

Common collocations

idea heel idea sneak idea
time heel time sneak time
times heel times sneak times

Both words in one sentence

  • Usually, the new heel will prove his heelishness with a sneak attack on a former face ally, often aided by his new heel allies, and often followed by a Motive Rant about why they did it.
  • Fourth-Wall Observer And then you're playing what we call a Heel, you've gotta wait till my back is turned and then sneak up on me.
  • Trojan Prisoner Supernatural: In the Season 9 finale, Castiel has Gadreel, fresh off a Heel–Face Turn, pretend to take him prisoner so that they can sneak past Metatron's followers and get into Heaven.
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