Heal, Heel & He’ll

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Heal means to make well, to restore health: “A doctor treats but God heals.”
Heel , on the other hand, has the following meanings:-
1. In humans, the back part of the foot below the ankle: “A thorn ran into my heel as I was walking barefoot.”
2. The part of the hand closest to the wrist: “The heel of her hand got fractured in the accident.”
3. An individual who treats others with contempt: “People think of the corrupt leader a heal and have decided not to vote for him in the next elections.”
Last but not the least He’ll (he will) is grammatical contraction of he will or he shall: “He’ll stand first in the class this year also.”

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