cartwheel

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Synonyms for cartwheel

a wheel that has wooden spokes and a metal rim

acrobatic revolutions with the body turned sideways and the arms and legs outstretched like the spokes of a wheel

a dollar made of silver

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do cartwheels: perform an acrobatic movement using both hands and feet

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LIVERPOOL'S dock road reverberated with the clopping of horses' hooves and the rumbling of iron-rimmed cart wheels as cargoes were shifted back and forth.
Shiny European luxury cars mingle with cart wheels laden with textile drawn by men wearing sharwal khamees on its narrow one-way streets.
Surely this medieval road with its six inch divots from the cart wheels that are such a danger to two wheeled users as to make my cycle machine flay uncontrollably whilst changing carriageways whilst journeying towards the Greenhead Road junction of the road to Wakefield.
Several of the large marble paving stones were etched with children's board games, while others were marked by horse-drawn cart wheels.
Open, Martin was given, as the sportswriter Rick Reilly later described it, a "three-wheeled job with a bar instead of a steering wheel and little shopping cart wheels.
In addition to bollards, Reliance Foundry provides a variety of ferrous and nonferrous castings, including cart wheels, marine products and bike parking products.
A channel to guide the cart wheels has been uncovered by Nick's work.
Second, the park authorities intend to reconstruct the now lost objects, such as cart wheels, that leaned against the painting in order to give the illusion of a seamless connection to the space of the spectator.
Cart wheels have been fitted with sensors that will trigger a wheel-locking device if the cart leaves the perimeter of the parking lot or moves too far away from the store.
The rats are doing cart wheels in my living room every evening and I swear Eamon Dunphy called selling Pools coupons the other night.