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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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Talon-locking and cartwheeling as a prelude to copulation in Tawny Eagles Aquila rapax.
A critical review of cartwheeling flights of raptors.
Intraspecific cartwheeling interactions in raptors of south-central Chile.
Korda had never won a tournament in Britain but reached the final without the loss of a set and took just 61 minutes to seal victory, cartwheeling across the baseline after converting his second match point.
The kaleidoscope of postmodernisms is so rapid and relentless you maybe don't notice right away that the head-bobbing, one-handed cartwheeling and quirky leg gesturing are pretty generic.
Sean Brown, 35,of Darwen,Lancashire,gave 14-year-oldCarry-AnnBrown sleeping tablets before speeding off the M6 motor way in Cumbria, smashing through a fence and cartwheeling down a steep embankment.
I got an incredible response: They came up with seventy-six verbs, such as tiptoeing, cartwheeling, sauntering, and dashing.