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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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wheeledwheeled /wiːld/ adjective  DThaving wheelstwo-wheeled/three-wheeled/four-wheeled etc (=having two, three etc wheels) a three-wheeled car
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wheeledHe made a pass across the small cluster of dwellings, wheeled and dipped down for a second pass.Out of the sky another rook flew and wheeled and then landed at the entrance to the place.Many residents have some kind of support which is usually a stick, a Zimmer or wheeled frame or a wheelchair.Price from £345.92 Left: From Nova's Imperial range, a comfortable wheeled lounger to sit and relax in.More expensive wheeled models are available and are easier to handle, but they might need more room to manoeuvre.A trolley was wheeled past by two brutish-looking orderlies chewing gum.Then a doctor appeared and more bustle followed, until a wheeled stretcher was pushed out and Robbie was wheeled away.The Doc pushed the wheeled table back against the wall, giving her some space.
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