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Synonyms for wheel

Synonyms for wheel

a closed plane curve everywhere equidistant from a fixed point or something shaped like this

circular movement around a point or about an axis

to move or cause to move in circles or around an axis

to run and control (a motor vehicle)

to turn or cause to turn in place, as on a hinge or fixed point, tracing an arclike path

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Synonyms for wheel

a handwheel that is used for steering

forces that provide energy and direction

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a circular helm to control the rudder of a vessel

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game equipment consisting of a wheel with slots that is used for gambling

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an instrument of torture that stretches or disjoints or mutilates victims

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change directions as if revolving on a pivot

wheel somebody or something

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move along on or as if on wheels or a wheeled vehicle

ride a bicycle

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Wheel of Fortune was a quiz show devised, produced and hosted by Reg Grundy, originally for Sydney commercial radio station 2CH.
Glenn was deployed to Afghanistan, and one night, he was sitting at work with some Army buddies when "Wheel of Fortune" began playing on the TV.
"Wheel of Fortune," hosted by Pat Sajak - with Vanna White, the famed letter-turner - taped five shows in one day during its Boston stay.
He took the pounds 2,000 jackpot from Wheel of Fortune, proved to be the best at dashing round a supermarket with a trolley, got packed off to Hawaii and Los Angeles, and landed a DVD player from Blankety Blank, before grabbing pounds 2,300.
JOLLY BOATING: Mikron members (from left) Ellen Callender, Robert Took, Daniel Wexler and Laura Sydonie rehearse for Wheel of Fortune
Rods da fortuna (Wheel of Fortune), a decorated bicycle wheel mounted atop a wooden base, looks strikingly like a tropical version of Duchamp's; the showcase 8034 butoes para palito sobretudo capa pereline (8,034 Buttons for Cardigan Overcoat Cape Cloak) like a poor man's Arman; and Carpetes, a rack with colorful hanging carpets, like a takeoff on Morris's felt cuts--even though we know these relationships are strictly coincidental.
Game show "Wheel of Fortune" has gotten more sophisticated, thanks to Color Kinetics, the Boston-based supplier of its intelligent light-emitting diode illumination technology.
The TV presenter has admitted getting an intelligent friend to help her with the difficult questions on the Mensa entrance exam she passed while she was hostess on the Wheel of Fortune.
The Glasgow-based firm declined to comment on speculation it was preparing to offload the division, which is also responsible for the production of programmes such as Taggart and Wheel of Fortune. SMG, which has a range of other media interests including Virgin Radio, three newspapers and 11 magazines, is understood to be keen to reduce debt.
Williams' good fortune to be selected as a contestant on ABC'S Wheel of Fortune.
Sometimes, where a game such as Millionaire or Wheel of Fortune becomes a cultural icon,products featuring catch phrases extend the possibilities.
SHOWS: 38 - including Countdown, Fifteen To One, Jeopardy, Catchword, Crystal Maze, The Big Break, Crosswits, Today's The Day, Pass The Buck, Wipeout, Wheel Of Fortune, It's Not The Answer
True, it was a key vowel--the one bought first on "Wheel of Fortune" and most prevalent in games of Scrabble(r)--but it hadn't yet gained standalone prefix status.
At the top of the syndication list is "Wheel of Fortune," followed by "Jeopardy," and "Judge Judy." The remainder of the top 20, in order:
Another artistic evocation of the center is the "wheel of fortune" that can be found on so many of the medieval cathedrals.