Idiom of the Day
dig your heels in
Today: Sat, 28 Mar 2015
Meaning: If you dig your heels in, you stubbornly resist something or refuse to change.
- Even though the developer offered them more than their houses were worth, the owners dug their heels in and refused to sell up and make way for the office block.
- When their record company told the band to change their style and make more commercial music, the band dug their heels in and refused to change.
When her children wanted to move her into an old folk's home, Edith dug her heels in and