6 years ago in Idioms and Phrases

To show a clean pair of heels

[A] to hide
[B] to escape
[C] to pursue
[D] to follow
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Srujan
Srujan - 2 weeks ago

Srujan from Hyderabad, India is saying to pursue is correct answer

Abdul Bari Chanessra
Abdul Bari Chanessra - 3 months ago

Abdul Bari Chanessra from Lahore, Pakistan is saying to escape is correct answer

Amit
Amit - 5 months ago

Amit from Banka, India is saying to hide is correct answer

BHAGYASHREE KUMARI
BHAGYASHREE KUMARI - 8 months ago

BHAGYASHREE KUMARI from Bhubaneswar, India is saying to escape is correct answer

Siddharth Bajpai
Siddharth Bajpai - 8 months ago

Siddharth Bajpai from Salem, India is saying to escape is correct answer

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