Definition of wheeling
1 : the act or process of one that wheels
2 : the condition of a road relative to passage on wheels
Recent Examples of wheeling from the Web
The wheeling and dealing, the staging, the production and the showcasing are all rich and vivid in Jones’ novel.
But the sweeteners are reminiscent of the wheeling and dealing then-Majority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev., did to pass ObamaCare, which Republicans criticized at the time.
Note that next year’s salary is used because those are the numbers that front-office executives must maneuver around once the wheeling and dealing commences on Saturday.
So why bother with the wheeling and dealing and scant profits?
Cleveland.com sports columnist Doug Lesmerises is more open to wheeling and dealing since the Indians have positioned themselves to chase a title this season.
While a handful of NHL teams spent the past 48 hours wheeling and dealing, the Wild decided to stand pat as the leaguewide roster freeze kicked in at 2 p.m. Saturday.
Darryl Sr. likes movement, excitement — go-karting, four-wheeling, whitewater rafting — and is proud of his son.
By the end of the wheeling and dealing and perjuring of this episode, most all of the pressing threats for the Underwoods have been neatly addressed.
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Definition of Wheeling
1 village in northeastern Illinois north-northeast of Chicago population 37,648
2 city on the Ohio River in northern West Virginia population 28,486
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