Wheeled

  • (adj): Having wheels; often used in combination.

Some articles on wheeled:

Small Wheel Bicycle - History
... An early proponent of small-wheeled adult bicycles was Paul De Vivie, better known by his pen name "Velocio" ... His original small-wheeled design notably featured full suspension ... A large number of European manufacturers made U-frame small-wheeled and folding bicycles in the 1970s ...
Cabriolet (carriage)
... aroba used in Turkey and neighboring countries AraƱa Mexican, two-wheeled Bounder four-wheeled Gharry or gharri used especially in India Kalesa or calesa (sometimes called a karitela) used in ...
Decline in Use of Mounting Blocks
... For instance, wheeled vehicles were practically unknown to farmers in Ayrshire until the end of the 17th century, and prior to this sledges were used to haul loads as wheeled vehicles were useless ... The first recorded wheeled vehicles to be used in Ayrshire were carts offered gratis to labourers working on Riccarton Bridge, Kilmarnock, in 1726 ... Once wheeled vehicles became commonplace the need for horse mounting blocks would have greatly decreased, thus mounting block as a permanent fixture went out with changing times ...
Sion Causeway - Toll
... (8 as.) for a four-wheeled carriage with one or two horses 6d ... (4 as.) for a palanquin or for a loaded two-wheeled carriage drawn by two bullocks 3d ... (2 as.) for a two-wheeled carriage, loaded or empty, drawn by one bollock 2s ...
Droshky
... types of carriage, including A low, four-wheeled open carriage used especially in Russia ... Various two-wheeled or four-wheeled public carriages used in Russia and other countries ...

Famous quotes containing the word wheeled:

    “Have we any control over being born?,” my friend asked in despair. “No, the job is done for us while we’re sleeping, so to speak, and when we wake up everything is all set. We merely appear, like an ornate celebrity wheeled out in a wheelchair.” “I don’t remember,” my friend claimed. “No need to,” I said: “what need have us free-loaders for any special alertness? We’re done for.”
    Marvin Cohen, U.S. author and humorist. The Self-Devoted Friend, New Directions (1967)