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1. wagon

noun. ['ˈwægən'] any of various kinds of wheeled vehicles drawn by an animal or a tractor.

Synonyms

  • wheeled vehicle
  • ice-wagon
  • prairie wagon
  • lorry
  • axletree
  • covered wagon
  • ice wagon
  • tram
  • waggon
  • Conestoga
  • bandwagon
  • tramcar
  • chuck wagon
  • cart
  • wagon wheel
  • water wagon
  • prairie schooner
  • wain
  • water waggon
  • Conestoga wagon
  • milkwagon

Etymology

  • wagen (Dutch)
  • wagen (Middle Dutch (ca. 1050-1350))

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Rhymes with Wagon Wheel

  • pospisil
  • mendivil
  • automobile
  • zavadil
  • villarreal
  • villamil
  • vandriel
  • becerril
  • vantil
  • vanheel
  • puerile
  • pierceall
  • mczeal
  • mcniel
  • mcneill
  • mcneil
  • mcneel
  • mcneal
  • mcgreal
  • mcdeal
  • macneill
  • macneil
  • macneal
  • jabril
  • genteel
  • corniel
  • corneal
  • congeal
  • conceal
  • braziel

2. wheel

noun. ['ˈwiːl, ˈhwiːl'] a simple machine consisting of a circular frame with spokes (or a solid disc) that can rotate on a shaft or axle (as in vehicles or other machines).

Synonyms

  • paddle wheel
  • gear
  • nosewheel
  • grinding wheel
  • roller
  • sprocket wheel
  • balance wheel
  • driving wheel
  • daisy print wheel
  • balance
  • trundle
  • pinwheel
  • roulette
  • wheeled vehicle
  • felly
  • geared wheel
  • sprocket
  • cogwheel
  • toothed wheel
  • rowel
  • potter's wheel
  • water wheel
  • simple machine
  • gear wheel
  • machine
  • felloe
  • daisy wheel
  • car wheel
  • cartwheel
  • handwheel
  • paddlewheel
  • rim
  • wagon wheel
  • ratchet wheel
  • buffing wheel
  • waterwheel
  • emery wheel

Antonyms

  • closed chain
  • unchain
  • unfasten
  • disarrange

Etymology

  • whele (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • hweogol (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

3. wheel

verb. ['ˈwiːl, ˈhwiːl'] change directions as if revolving on a pivot.

Synonyms

  • go around
  • wheel around
  • revolve
  • rotate

Antonyms

  • enter
  • hop out
  • stand still
  • push

Etymology

  • whele (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • hweogol (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

4. wheel

noun. ['ˈwiːl, ˈhwiːl'] a handwheel that is used for steering.

Synonyms

  • handwheel
  • steering mechanism
  • steering system

Antonyms

  • layman
  • unburden
  • detach
  • unsaddle

Etymology

  • whele (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • hweogol (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

5. wheel

verb. ['ˈwiːl, ˈhwiːl'] wheel somebody or something.

Synonyms

  • wheel around

Antonyms

  • pull
  • unwind

Etymology

  • whele (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • hweogol (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

6. wheel

verb. ['ˈwiːl, ˈhwiːl'] move along on or as if on wheels or a wheeled vehicle.

Synonyms

  • go
  • bowl
  • locomote
  • travel
  • troll
  • roll

Antonyms

  • follow
  • fall
  • ascend
  • go

Etymology

  • whele (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • hweogol (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

7. wagon

noun. ['ˈwægən'] van used by police to transport prisoners.

Synonyms

  • paddy wagon
  • black Maria
  • police wagon
  • van
  • police van

Etymology

  • wagen (Dutch)
  • wagen (Middle Dutch (ca. 1050-1350))

8. wagon

noun. ['ˈwægən'] a car that has a long body and rear door with space behind rear seat.

Synonyms

  • waggon
  • auto
  • shooting brake
  • beach wagon
  • beach waggon
  • car
  • motorcar
  • estate car
  • automobile
  • tailboard
  • machine
  • station waggon
  • station wagon

Antonyms

  • push
  • precede

Etymology

  • wagen (Dutch)
  • wagen (Middle Dutch (ca. 1050-1350))

9. wagon

noun. ['ˈwægən'] a child's four-wheeled toy cart sometimes used for coasting.

Synonyms

  • wheeled vehicle

Etymology

  • wagen (Dutch)
  • wagen (Middle Dutch (ca. 1050-1350))

10. wheel

verb. ['ˈwiːl, ˈhwiːl'] ride a bicycle.

Synonyms

  • unicycle
  • ride
  • cycle
  • bicycle
  • pedal
  • bike

Antonyms

  • rise
  • precede
  • advance
  • rush

Etymology

  • whele (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • hweogol (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

Sentences with wagon-wheel


1. Noun Phrase
It may be winged in shape or appear somewhat like a wagon wheel, depending on the style and age of your water tap.

2. Noun Phrase
These accidents often proved particularly deadly to children; it was not at all uncommon for a child to fall under one of the large wagon wheels and be instantly crushed to death.

3. Noun Phrase
Little Tikes wagon wheels can wear down or break, leaving you with the option of buying a new wagon or replacing the damaged wheel(s).

4. Noun Phrase
Use a wagon wheel for the head, elbow macaroni for the shoulders and ribs, spirals for the arms and legs and small shells for the elbows and kneecaps.

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