Jason's group, and the two others, shuffled into position and seated their bars, making a four spoked wheel out of the capstan.
The wheel is eight spoked, and reaches as high as the shoulders of the horses, which implies a diameter of about five feet.
Pressing this invention to the ultimate produced a spoked wheel.
With fearful recollections of the Livadia accident in his mind, he watched the nearing lights and spoked the wheel over.
The wheels were about four feet high, spoked, and shod round with iron.
Daddy is going to send me to buy half a dozen spoked chairs, painted blue, with flowers on the backs.
Wawn day I spoked to un, but 'ee wudden zay nothin,' but 'The devil's a 'ard maaster, Mrs. Pethick.'
Unloaded cart and spoked it over a bad bit, and loaded it again.
Monson knelt at his post forward, and his hands trembled on the spoked wheel that moved the wings.
(of a wheel), Old English spaca "spoke," related to spicing "large nail," from Proto-Germanic *spaikon (cf. Old Saxon speca, Old Frisian spake, Dutch spaak, Old High German speicha, German speiche "spoke"), probably from PIE *spei- "sharp point" (see spike (n.1)).