American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. One that wheels.
- n. A thing that moves on or is equipped with wheels or a wheel. Often used in combination: a three-wheeler; a paddle-wheeler.
- n. A wheel horse.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who wheels.
- n. A maker of wheels; a wheelwright.
- n. A wheel-horse, or other animal driven in the place of one.
- n. A worker of wheelwork on sewed muslin.
- n. That which is provided with a wheel or wheels: used in composition: as, a stern-wheeler; a side-wheeler.
- n. Same as wheel-bird.
- n. the horse (or mule) on the left-hand side, often ridden.
- n. obsolete a wheelwright, a wheelmaker
- n. someone who operates a wheel
- n. archaic a wheel horse
- n. used in combination with a preceding whole number A vehicle having the specified number of wheels.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. One who wheels, or turns.
- n. obsolete A maker of wheels; a wheelwright.
- n. A wheel horse. See under Wheel.
- n. (Naut.) A steam vessel propelled by a paddle wheel or by paddle wheels; -- used chiefly in the terms
- n. engraving A worker on sewed muslin.
- n. (Zoöl.), Prov. Eng. The European goatsucker.
- n. a draft horse harnessed behind others and nearest the wheels of a vehicle
- n. Scottish archaeologist (1890-1976)
- n. the man at the outermost end of the rank in wheeling
- n. someone who makes and repairs wooden wheels
- n. a person who rides a bicycle
“My 30 kph electric two-wheeler is actually safer than a conventional bicycle since my helmet, signal & brake lights and mirrors are NOT optional.”
“Easier to stop on and commence shooting and two up on a 4 wheeler is far easier than a two wheeler.”
“A guy like Bubba using a 4 wheeler is apparrely the differece between weather or not he hunts, .. period.”
“We resent the four-wheeler, which is not on a schedule, clogging the passing or "hammer" lane because its cruise control was previously set at 56f mph and the car it's passing has the cruise set at 56i.”
“And you follow plumes of smoke and you see right here in this live shot what appears to be a truck, maybe even an 18-wheeler, that is on fire.”
“The new two-wheeler, which is said to take the form of a plug-in scooter, is being developed as part of a new broad-based mobility strategy aimed at taking Smart into market segments beyond that occupied by its newly facelifted Fortwo and an upcoming rear-engined, - rear-wheel-drive successor to its short-lived Forfour that's due to be launched in 2013.”
“In the community, we also frequently say "wheeler" or "walker", but that might not work outside of the wheeling world.”
“So, although your comment seems as though it was meant to be insulting, you are in fact correct. deathmetalhero oh we'll take it 'wheeler', if that is your real name....”
“This is one of the more unique bike designs you will find as it is a three-wheeler which is unlike a trike.”
“One of them was a really courageous person who travelled a few thousand kilometres on a two-wheeler bike.”
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