What is another word for wheels?

Pronunciation: [wˈiːlz] (IPA)

The term "wheels" refers to the circular components that enable the movement of vehicles or other machinery. Some synonyms that can be used in place of this word include "tires," "rims," "hoops," "cogs," and "rollers." These words can be used interchangeably in different contexts, depending on the machinery or vehicle being referred to. For example, "tires" and "rims" are commonly used in the context of cars, while "rollers" and "cogs" are more often used in industrial or mechanical settings. Using different synonyms can add variety and interest to writing or speech, and can help to avoid repetition.

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Usage examples for Wheels

While he stood by the fallen balloon wondering what was best to do he heard the sound of wagon wheels.
"Leo the Circus Boy"
Ralph Bonehill
When more than halfway to the house, she heard the sound of wheels.
"Jane Oglander"
Marie Belloc Lowndes
Suppose one of these big wheels found out about him and Elizabeth.
"The Love of Frank Nineteen"
David Carpenter Knight

Famous quotes with Wheels

  • Heaven wheels above you, displaying to you her eternal glories, and still your eyes are on the ground.
    Dante Alighieri
  • My wheels are running. My investments are local, regional and international.
    Al-Waleed bin Talal
  • The half minute which we daily devote to the winding-up of our watches is an exertion of labour almost insensible; yet, by the aid of a few wheels, its effect is spread over the whole twenty-four hours.
    Charles Babbage
  • Inventor: A person who makes an ingenious arrangement of wheels, levers and springs, and believes it civilization.
    Ambrose Bierce
  • It is smarter to borrow from nature than to reinvent the wheels.
    Philip Emeagwali

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