Or 'suddenly remembered' that in second grade you wet your pants on the Ferris wheel?
It had been agreed that we should take a trip in the Ferris wheel.
Looking out from the promenade under the dome they saw the Ferris wheel, upon which they gazed with a good deal of interest.
It was the brunette who lay there before me, clad now as when last we met at the Ferris wheel, in the garb of a man.
Like a forbidden specter the skeleton of the Ferris wheel stands out gaunt and fleshless.
No more intense brain work was expended on the Ferris wheel than these two boys gave to the proposed elevation.
We had reached the end of his beat, and now I turned with him, and we sauntered slowly toward the Ferris wheel.
The Ferris wheel was swinging cars loaded with celebrators into the tree-tops and the whip and other thrill rides were crowded.
Eiffel Tower, not the Ferris wheel, could be compared with this.
In the next story Ill tell you how we got lost in a Ferris wheel.
1893, American English, from U.S. engineer George W.G. Ferris (1859-1896), who designed it for the World's Columbian Exposition, held in Chicago, 1893. It was 250 feet tall and meant to rival the Eiffel Tower, from the 1889 Paris Exposition.