Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of cartwheel.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of cartwheel.

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Examples

  • It requires cords of "cartwheels" -- the big round loaves of black bread -- to feed this army of nurses.

    Russian Rambles

  • What the press called "cartwheels" in the police station during questioning, she explained as stress-reducing yoga; she said photographs of her making out with Sollecito in the yard outside the cottage as police inspected the murder scene simply reflected her state of "shock" and his efforts to console her with "cuddling."

    TIME.com: Top Stories

  • Then Hedrick was pronounced inferior to others in turning "cartwheels," but succeeded in a wrestling match for an apple, which he needed.

    The Flirt

  • They intimated that she was sex-crazed for kissing her boyfriend outside the home while police were inside with Kercher's body and for doing "cartwheels" she says it was yoga in the police station during an extended interval when waiting to be questioned.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • The class will include activities such as cartwheels, rolls and other simple movements.

    Media Newswire

  • "cartwheels" of sour black bread, and other favorite edibles, in the open-fronted booths.

    Russian Rambles

  • A Spanish/English dance/rock amalgam that relies on a United Nations 'worth of contributors, "Sale el Sol" (roughly translated to "The Sun Comes Out") cartwheels through just about every contemporary pop sub-genre, inventing some along the way.

    Album review: Shakira, "Sale el Sol"

  • Knights of the nascent Ultimate Jousting Championship league do their battling mainly at Renaissance Fairs, and now and then a jester cartwheels by in the background, or a winged fairy emerges from her pup tent.

    Serious Jest, Sharp Jabs

  • I'm doing cartwheels on the sideline while he's running by, Coughlin said.

    Giants Overcome the Odds

  • That government, according to Obama in words that now do cartwheels across the page, “had become too cavalier about spending taxpayer money.”

    Deconstructing Obama

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