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  • wheelless — adjective having no wheels or having no wheeled vehicles dragging a wheelless stoneboat filled with rocks wheelless societies • Ant: ↑wheeled …   Useful english dictionary

  • wheelless — adjective Lacking wheels, without wheels …   Wiktionary

  • wheelless — adj. without wheels …   English contemporary dictionary

  • wheelless — wheel·less …   English syllables

  • wheel — wheelless, adj. /hweel, weel/, n. 1. a circular frame or disk arranged to revolve on an axis, as on or in vehicles or machinery. 2. any machine, apparatus, instrument, etc., shaped like this or having a circular frame, disk, or revolving drum as… …   Universalium

  • dray — I. noun Etymology: Middle English draye, a wheelless vehicle; akin to Old English dræge dragnet, dragan to pull more at draw Date: 14th century a vehicle used to haul goods; especially a strong cart or wagon without sides II. transitive verb Date …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • wheel — I. noun Usage: often attributive Etymology: Middle English, from Old English hweogol, hwēol; akin to Old Norse hvēl wheel, Greek kyklos circle, wheel, Sanskrit cakra, Latin colere to cultivate, inhabit, Sanskrit carati he moves, wanders Date:… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Sedan — may refer to: Vehicles * Sedan (car), a car/automobile with a specific body structure * Sedan chair, English name for litter (vehicle), a human powered, wheelless device for transport of persons * Aeronca Sedan, a light aircraft Places ;France *… …   Wikipedia

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  • Early Middle Ages — The Early Middle Ages is a period in the history of Europe following the fall of the Western Roman Empire spanning roughly five centuries from AD 500 to 1000. [Events used to mark the period s beginning include the sack of Rome by the Goths (410) …   Wikipedia

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