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Webster's 1828 Dictionary

WHEEL-WRIGHT, n. [wheel and wright.] A man whose occupation is to make wheels and wheel-carriages, as carts and wagons.
WHEEL, v.t.
1. To convey on wheels; as, to wheel a load of hay or wood.
2. To put into a rotary motion; to cause to turn round.
WHEEL, v.i.
1. To turn on an axis.
2. To turn; to move round; as, a body of troops wheel to the right or left.
3. To fetch a compass.
Then wheeling down the steep of heavn he flies.
4. To roll forward.
Must wheel on th earth, devouring where it rolls.



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