- wheal-and-flare reaction,
- wheat beer,
- wheat berry,
- wheat bread
Origin of wheal
Examples from the Web for wheal
I expect one will be put to work next week at Wheal Abraham, for lifting water.
A spring at Wheal Clifford contained as much as 0.372 gram of lithium chloride per litre.A Textbook of Assaying: For the Use of Those Connected with Mines.|Cornelius Beringer and John Jacob Beringer
The Wheal Prosper 16-inch pole high-pressure expansive steam vacuum engine commenced its up-stroke with steam of 100 lbs.
In the Wheal Towan engine the steam-cylinder was 80 inches in diameter, with a 10-feet stroke.
Breage Church, and the great tin-works of Wheal Vor, stood out hard against the sky.At Last|Charles Kingsley
"mark made on the skin by a whip," 1808, perhaps an alteration of wale, possibly by confusion with weal "welt," and obsolete wheal "pimple, pustule" (mid-15c.), from Old English verb hwelian "to form pus, bring to a head."