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[fawr-hweel, -weel, fohr-] /ˈfɔrˌʰwil, -ˌwil, ˈfoʊr-/
having four wheels.
functioning on or driven by four wheels.
Also, four-wheeled.
Origin of four-wheel
1730-40 Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • They only wanted the latest four-wheel drive gas-guzzlers seen in glossy magazines.
  • Outside a tiny terminal, a fleet of four-wheel-drive taxis waited to ferry tourists down a newly constructed asphalt road to town.
  • The truck has four-wheel spring suspension and a pull-out ramp that automatically activates a hydraulic sound.
  • In fact a four-wheel-drive is recommended, as are occasional stops to avoid car sickness.
  • All of these roads require high-clearance, four-wheel-drive vehicles.
  • Ensure the four-wheel drive system and brakes are functioning properly.
  • It is reached only with high clearance, four-wheel drive vehicles.
  • High-clearance and four-wheel-drive vehicles are needed to travel to the boundary of the wilderness.
  • four-wheel drive is mandatory, as are topographic maps.
  • Trucks, two wheel- as well as four-wheel-drive and sports utility vehicles are also susceptible to the dangers of pooled water.

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