Definition of Three-wheeled

1. Adjective. Of or relating to vehicles having three wheels. "A three-wheel bike"

Exact synonyms: Three-wheel
Partainyms: Wheel, Wheel

Lexicographical Neighbors of Three-wheeled

three-seeded mercury
three-spined stickleback
three-time loser
three-toed sloth
three-way calling
three-way switch
three-wheeled (current term)
three L
three R's
three Rs
three card brag
three day eventing
three guys in a garage
three hots and a cot
three hundred
three o'clock
three of a kind
three ring circus
three sheets to the wind
three skips of a louse

Literary usage of Three-wheeled

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. A Rudimentary Treatise on Clock and Watch Making: With a Chapter on Church by Edmund Beckett Grimthorpe (1850)
"But there is another way of making three-wheeled trains, which is better on several accounts. First of the going train: it is not at all necessary that the ..."

2. Primitive Traditional History: The Primitive History and Chronology of India by James Francis Katherinus Hewitt (1907)
"This constellation was, as I have shown in Chapter IV., Section C, the manger-star of the ass which drew the three-wheeled car of the ..."

3. Mechanics Magazine (1824)
"JBB three-wheeled CARRIAGES. GENTLEMEN;—Having lately effected several improvements in the construction of three-wheeled carriages from a consideration of ..."

4. Self-propelled Vehicles: A Practical Treatise on the Theory, Construction by James Edward Homans (1904)
"In the same letter he says further: "The three-wheeled carriage, ... Duryea three-wheeled Delivery Wagon. This wagon is built on the plan shown in Fig. 67. ..."

5. The Magazine of Science, and Schools of Art (1842)
"three-wheeled ORRERY. To the Editor. SIR.—I inclose for insertion in your Magazine, a perspective view of the external arrangement of a three-wheeled orrery ..."

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