Noun(1) a clutch (as on the rear wheel of a bicycle, as in coasting
Verb(1) live unhurriedly, irresponsibly, or freely(2) coast in a vehicle using the freewheel
(1) If it is too tight and you can get the freewheel off, you can loosen it much more easily by just using the cone wrenches.(2) He showed us how surprisingly easy it is to open the freewheel and service the bearings or pawls, although I doubt the sealed mechanism requires much maintenance.(3) Paul seems to think we're going to freewheel down it.(4) You will have to build another rim onto that hub so that you can twist the hub hard enough to unscrew the freewheel .(5) It was like peddling your guts out to get up a hill, only to freewheel down the other side.(6) Teenagers freewheel on cycles, their feet in the air.(7) The island measures three miles by two miles and it is possible to hire a bicycle to freewheel through the glorious vegetation and marvel at the strange granite rock formations.(8) I do so twice before I reach the summit, but I still feel triumphant as I freewheel down to the hostel on the other side.(9) I've been doing my own work for 20 years, but I can't figure out how to get any lube into the freewheel , much less how to actually open it up.(10) Seriously, that kind of freewheeling thinking - the kind that cuts swathes through reason and social convention while still maintaining a sort of sweet petulance - will take you far in life.(11) I'd freewheeled down the hill, trees flashing past, the late summer sunlight flickering above my head.(12) Free rein soon led to freewheeling corruption as well.(13) It freewheeled down the hill and collided with the car in which Mrs Reilly and her daughter were travelling.(14) By contrast, Guero sounds instantly Beck-like, sharing its producers, the Dust Brothers, and its freewheeling ethos with 1996's widely adored Odelay.(15) And by summing up the freewheeling era in which his lack of self-control met his publisher's limitless expense account, Ellis is ready to move on.(16) We swept through the town of Grindelwald and freewheeled along the bank of the Lutschine river.