noun, plural wheel·hous·es [hweel-hou-ziz, weel-] /ˈʰwilˌhaʊ zɪz, ˈwil-/.
- Baseball.(of a pitch) within the zone that is most advantageous for a batter to hit a home run.
- within one’s area of expertise or interest: There are some subjects that are in your wheelhouse and some that are not.
Origin of wheelhouse
Examples from the Web for wheelhouse
Contemporary Examples of wheelhouse
Your brother, the serial killer of serial killers, is right in your wheelhouse.Badass TV Women or Just Bad? ‘Homeland,’ ‘Sons of Anarchy’ & More
Maria Elena Fernandez
November 28, 2012
Economic management, Romney likes to say, is his “wheelhouse.”Mitt Romney’s Problem With Conservatives: He’s Not Selling What They Want
February 13, 2012
As an historian, Lepore finds the cause of Tea Party well inside her own wheelhouse.Great New Reads
The Daily Beast
October 15, 2010
We always look at whenever someone's launching something new, particularly when it's in our wheelhouse.Runway vs. Housewives
August 19, 2009
Historical Examples of wheelhouse
We were all on deck before the crew had surrounded the wheelhouse.In a Steamer Chair and Other Stories
He leaned against the back of the wheelhouse, and Jukes walked up to him.
The second mate had found his way into the wheelhouse some time before.
Hadn't you better join us and give up the wheelhouse for the present?
The captain and I were in the wheelhouse when the attack came.