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Cool Your Heels

Cool Your Heels - to calm down while waiting; to stay calm while waiting

  • I need the people to cool their heels.
  • It is hard to cool your heels when you have to wait outside for a long time.
  • My daughter needs to cool her heels, because she is getting very upset.
  • The train broke down, and the people are very angry. The conduction told everyone to cool their heels.
  • It is hard for people to cool their heels when they have to wait a long time.
  • The public does needs to learn to cool their heels, and wait patiently to get vaccinated.

Cool Your Heels

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