Its volume is sufficient, even in time of severest drought, to turn the undershot wheel of a large mill.
The rest of the work is the same as for the undershot wheel.
Through green fields, in which the grass as rising high and sweet, a footpath took me by a solitary mill with an undershot wheel.
With this undershot wheel, the shoot represented in the plate is not required.
He was heavily built, with an undershot jaw and a patch of liverish birthmark on his cheek.
Scoop wheels are similar to undershot water wheels, and centrifugal pumps to turbines.
This circulation causes the undershot wheel to revolve, and its revolutions are registered by the clockwork.
Sawyer Gundry could have taken him with one hand and tossed him over the undershot wheel.
undershot wheel, and it looks as though it could be raised or lowered.
Hooker's cheeks were flushed and he faced Herbert, his undershot jaw seeming to project still further than usual.
undershoot un·der·shoot (ŭn'dər-shōōt')
A temporary decrease below the final steady-state value that may occur immediately following the removal of an influence that had been raising that value.