Wheeled vs Wheezed - What's the difference?

wheeled | wheezed |


As verbs the difference between wheeled and wheezed

is that wheeled is (wheel) while wheezed is (wheeze).

As an adjective wheeled

is having wheels.

wheeled

English

Verb

(head)
  • (wheel)
  • Adjective

    (en adjective)
  • Having wheels.
  • a wheeled vehicle
  • (in combination) Having the specified number or type of wheels.
  • a three-wheeled car
    an iron-wheeled chariot

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    wheezed

    English

    Verb

    (head)
  • (wheeze)

  • wheeze

    English

    Noun

    (en noun)
  • A piping or whistling sound caused by difficult respiration.
  • An ordinary whisper exaggerated so as to produce the hoarse sound known as the "stage whisper"; a forcible whisper with some admixture of tone.
  • (British, slang) An ulterior scheme or plan
  • * 2011 " Road rage; High petrol prices hurt, but will not throttle the economy", The Economist 19 November 2011:
  • The main point of fuel duty, though, is as a fiscal wheeze : it made up 5% of the tax take in 2010.
  • (slang) Something very humorous or laughable.
  • The new comedy is a wheeze .
    You think you're going to win? That's a real wheeze !

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    Verb

  • To breathe hard, and with an audible piping or whistling sound, as persons affected with asthma.
  • * 2001 , (Fourth Estate, paperback edition, 443)
  • If the air smelled even faintly of dog, Lionel coughed, wheezed and sneezed.