Recent Examples of waterwheel from the Web
On this 27,000-acre property, the formal Ford Complex gives way to pastureland, hills, lakes, log cabins, and the Mountain Campus, where an old mill and waterwheel make a great spot for a photo op.
So is a giant waterwheel by artist Lauren Bon, which will be installed on a park-adjacent embankment of the L.A. River.
A team of Los Angeles engineers used precisely machined aluminum and incorporated a toothed rotor that spins like a waterwheel.
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First Known Use of waterwheel
WATERWHEEL Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of waterwheel for English Language Learners
: a usually large wooden or metal wheel that is turned by the force of water flowing against it
WATERWHEEL Defined for Kids
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