My brother Richard worked the one at wheal Prosper when first erected.
Can you really see all these places at once from wheal Dooem?
A boy named Wallace left his work at the wheal Basset mine on the afternoon of the storm to walk to his home.
The wheal Grenville and Newton mines were stopped for want of coal for some days.
Duncan Leslie went on down the zigzag cliff-path leading from the wheal Germains copper-mine to the town.
"Picked 'en up in a wheal, your reverent," answered Brightly.
At wheal Alfred they have a 64-inch cylinder; the air-pump is 20 inches, and the stroke is half that of the engine.
You mean to say then that you succeed to something in wheal Carnac.
A spring at wheal Clifford contained as much as 0.372 gram of lithium chloride per litre.
I was there this morning, and I heard that wheal Carnac was flooded.
"mark made on the skin by a whip," 1808, perhaps an alteration of wale, possibly by confusion with weal "welt," and obsolete wheal "pimple, pustule" (mid-15c.), from Old English verb hwelian "to form pus, bring to a head."
A small swelling on the skin, as from an insect bite, that usually itches or burns. Also called welt.