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Synonyms for freewheel

coast

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Synonyms for freewheel

a clutch (as on the rear wheel of a bicycle) that allows wheels to turn freely (as in coasting)

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live unhurriedly, irresponsibly, or freely

coast in a vehicle using the freewheel

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Anyone over a certain age may wonder what it was like to have seen James Brown bring world-class funky musicians to order, Little Richard tinkle umpteen hits on the piano, or Jimi Hendrix freewheel on the guitar.
The TranStar can turn on its own axis and travel up to 60 feet per minute with three forward speeds, reverse and freewheel.
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The rear wheel's sprocket is freewheel to keep the springs from winding in reverse at the end of the run.
SCOTRAIL'S train drivers have been told to switch off their engines and freewheel to save fuel.
No need to coordinate the transporter's reverse speed and reel with the TranSTAR; a freewheel clutch allows rapid retrieval once inspection is complete.
CYCLING holiday specialist, Freewheel, has introduced 'Downhill through the Dolomites', eight-day July and August itineraries which combine two nights in Verona with a descent - mainly on traffic-free cycle trails - through the beautiful Val de Venosta.
With moderately long and steep slopes, I-See ensures that you can freewheel for long distances without using the engine," explains Anders Eriksson.