Meaning: If you drag your heels, you either delay doing something or do it as slowly as possible because you don't want to do it.
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Idioms similar to 'Drag your heels'
- Take to your heels
- Dig your heels in
- Kick your heels
- Hard on someone's heels
- Kick up your heels
- Show someone a clean pair of heels
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