Origin of wheelwright
- John,1592?–1679, English clergyman in America.
- John Brooks,1897–1940, U.S. poet.
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Examples from the Web for wheelwright
They would have opened a wheelwright's workshop beside some high road.The Fortune of the Rougons
But when she gave him the wheelwright's address he sneered and shrugged his shoulders.Fruitfulness
His father was a wheelwright and his mother a cook, in service with Count Harrach.The Standard Oratorios
George P. Upton
It was also a memorable year in the life of Doctor Wheelwright.
So with Mrs. Wheelwright—Mr. Syntax was equally a stranger to her.
- a person who makes or mends wheels as a trade
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