flywheel

[ flahy-hweel, -weel ]SEE DEFINITION OF flywheel

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The flywheel is held to the crank-shaft by means of a set-screw S.

The momentum of the flywheel A pushes the piston upward, closing these holes.

Nothing now remains to be made except the crank and the flywheel.

A flywheel keeps an engine going between the strokes of the piston.

Mr. Hastings helped him, but after a few turns of the flywheel there were no explosions.

His arm still ached from the previous turning of the flywheel.

The first turn of the flywheel resulted in a sort of surprised cough.

The girl was bending over to give her flywheel one more turn.

As a last forlorn hope I gave the flywheel a twirl—and it went!

Care must be exercised not to get caught when the flywheel starts off.

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