heel-and-toe

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heel–and–toe

adjective \ˌhēl-ən-ˈtō\

Definition of HEEL-AND-TOE

:  marked by a stride in which the heel of one foot touches the ground before the toe of the other foot leaves it <heel–and–toe walking>

First Known Use of HEEL-AND-TOE

1827

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