As an historian, Lepore finds the cause of Tea Party well inside her own wheelhouse.
We always look at whenever someone's launching something new, particularly when it's in our wheelhouse.
Economic management, Romney likes to say, is his “wheelhouse.”
Your brother, the serial killer of serial killers, is right in your wheelhouse.
So, assuming an air of calm certainty, he entered the wheelhouse.
We were all on deck before the crew had surrounded the wheelhouse.
They consulted together in a whisper, and the captain made a signal to the two steersmen motionless in the wheelhouse.
The second mate had found his way into the wheelhouse some time before.
I looked up hastily to see Bothwell's malevolent face in the wheelhouse window.
The captain and I were in the wheelhouse when the attack came.
A batter's preferred hitting zone over the plate; kitchen
[1959+ Baseball; probably fr the controlling prominence of the wheelhouse on a riverboat or a ship]