An illustration of this proposition was afforded in the family of Mr. wheelwright.
They would have opened a wheelwright's workshop beside some high road.
For the wheelwright learns from the carter—that ignorant fellow—the answer to the new problems set by a load of bricks.
His father was a wheelwright and his mother a cook, in service with Count Harrach.
I am lost, unless you come to my aid, murmured the wheelwright of Coq.
It was also a memorable year in the life of Doctor wheelwright.
Their walk took them first round by the wheelwright's and afterward by the village.
The wheelwright had come up, and stood listening to what was said.
Every wheelwright and blacksmith should have one of Dinsmore's Tire Shrinkers.
“‘Your turn now, squire,’ I says to him,” whispered the wheelwright.