Idiom: Come on the heels of
Meaning: If something comes on the heels of something, it follows very soon after it.Country: International English | Subject Area: Body and bodily functions | Usage Type: Both or All Words Used
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- Head over heels in love
- Drag your heels
- Show someone a clean pair of heels
- Kick up your heels
- Cool your heels
- Dig your heels in
- Hard on someone's heels
- Kick your heels
- Take to your heels
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