It was a smoking furnace down there, and soon the felloe and spokes would be injured by the flames and heat.
He had knocked one felloe off the rim and was hitting at the spokes.
The holes in the felloe (Fig. 4) will be bored at the same angle with a 1in.
The cowboys were yelling their loudest when a lucky shot from the cabin knocked off a second felloe.
On the earth, or felloe side of the triangle, there was no fire; but the other sides were burning fiercely.
Cut a felloe three spans across for a waggon of ten palms' width.
Then flow rear of hub, and lastly, the back surface of felloe.
It will be an evil day for the world when the nave shall leave its place and contend for that of the felloe.
The ball passed through a spoke of the wagon-wheel, struck the felloe, and glanced.
Never, over nave or felloe, did thy axe strike such a stroke.
"rim of a spoked wheel," early 15c., from felie (c.1200), from Old English felga, plural of felg "rim of a wheel," from Proto-Germanic *felz- (cf. Old Saxon felga, Middle Dutch velge, Dutch velg, Old High German felga, German Felge).