[ three-whee-ler, -wee- ]
/ ˈθriˈwhi lər, -ˈwi- /
a vehicle equipped with three wheels, as a tricycle, a motorcycle with a sidecar, or some small, experimental, or early-model cars.
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Origin of three-wheeler
1885–90; three wheel(s) + -er1
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Examples from the Web for three-wheeler
I don't know, sir; he was, I believe he was on his three-wheeler.
In 1887, he appeared in Paris with his three-wheeler, two rear drive and one front steering wheel.Automobile Biographies|Lyman Horace Weeks
Were they three-wheeler officers too, do they drive three-wheelers?
British Dictionary definitions for three-wheeler
a light car that has three wheels
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