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Noun
A circular object, typically one that revolves on an axis or axle
“The implement used was a long narrow machine of wood, raised on legs, furnished at one end with a large wheel, and at the other with a spindle.”
Noun
A circular device used to steer or control a vehicle or machine
“He was at the wheel of the boat with the captain right behind him.”
Noun
A circular, rotating object that a vehicle travels or moves on
“After a pause to change a punctured wheel, we finally turned off the dust track and bumped down a wide strip cleared by hand through virgin forest in readiness for our arrival.”
Noun
A sharp turn, spin or pivot
“Passing the Old Mole on his port side, he realized he was off course, and ordered a sharp wheel to the starboard.”
Noun
A series of events, especially one that goes around in a repetitive circle
“I don't know what to change, and I don't know how to get off this neverending wheel of interviews and rejections.”
Noun
A person with a high rank, status or position
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“I know who he is. He's the big wheel on the university observatory staff.”
Noun
A female taskmaster
Noun
Machine
Noun
A gear wheel
Noun
Ratchet or cog
Noun
A tiller or wheel for steering a ship or boat
Noun
Situation of control
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Noun
A power tool for making pottery
Verb
To spin or turn around in a circle
“The horse renewed its protest, proceeding to wheel around and around in a circle when Boot attempted to guide it with a pull in one direction.”
Verb
To deviate from a course or straight line
“After several miles, the path begins to wheel around sharply in a semi-circle.”
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To deviate from one's course or direction
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“Eosyth coasts, only to suddenly wheel away from her chosen course in an arc that brings her back to Daeserath.”
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To push or roll along on wheels
“Behind every image posted, there's another story in the background. Of a humdrum life of arguing about who would wheel the bins out when it was raining.”
Verb
To move or glide through the air
Verb
To select a number, or to call someone, on a telephone
Verb
To move in a feeble or unsteady way
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Verb
To operate and control the direction and speed of a motor vehicle
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