Advertisement - Continue reading below

Definition of "wheelers" []

  • Plural form of wheeler. (noun)
  • The two horses closest to the carriage of a team of four. (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "wheelers" in a sentence
  • "The incline cuts down the output of the wheelers or in other words makes necessary a larger gang to handle the same amount of material."
  • "Renaults stake in a joint venture and new 2-wheelers, which is now a loss-making business."
  • "The evidence of Lee, the post-boy, who rode one of the "wheelers" to the fight, showed that the Marquis of Waterford's carriage was there, but he did not see the Marquis."
  • "Near the crest of a hill, one of the "wheelers" of the horse battery was shot."
  • "But the "wheelers" were too tired to make the effort, so Emerson went forward and performed the task for them, while Fraser floundered back and sank to a sitting posture on the sled."