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  • verb Present participle of reheel.


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  • Where reheeling shoes and darning socks were once common, cheap goods became more disposable, allowing the common man to buy a new pair of shoes when the old ones wore out. - News

  • If you break a heel or decide you'd like to change the look of your shoes, your cobbler can increase or decrease the height of your shoes up to a half-inch when reheeling.

    The Seattle Times


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