noun, plural wheel·men.
- a driver, especially a chauffeur: The mobster's wheelman was also his bodyguard.
- a person who drives the getaway car in a holdup or robbery.
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A policeman witnessed the accident, but he clearly placed the blame on the careless wheelman.British Highways And Byways From A Motor Car|Thomas D. Murphy
If any other wheelman chooses to tire his muscles and overstrain his heart for a mere bit of boasting, let him do it.
It was soon followed by "And a half four," upon which the lieutenant directed the wheelman to steer directly for the Bellevite.Fighting for the Right|Oliver Optic
Furthermore, aside from the question of health altogether, a wheelman becomes quickly tired out with this continual shifting.
Even a glad good-night was exchanged, the wheelman's voice rising in a quaver of grateful affection.London Films|William Dean Howells