Definition of 'head over heels'
Example sentences containing 'head over heels'
She added, more reflectively, `Alex doesn't give me the impression, though, of having fallen head over heels.THE AMBASSADOR'S WOMEN (2001)
Definition of head over heels from the Collins English Dictionary
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