Word of the Week: Out at Heels or Out at Elbows

Out at Heels or Out at Elbows is defined as:

In declining circumstances.
1811 Dictionary of the Vulgar Tongue by Francis Grose

Human, what part of word confuses you that three words squared.

“Clearly we need to brush on your arithmetic.  It is three times two and technically it is a phrase so we’re going with it.”

Why?  Out at heels are we?

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