wheel away

wheel someone or something away

to push away someone or something on wheels. The nurse wheeled the old man away, into the shelter of the porch. She wheeled away the old man.
See also: away, wheel
References in classic literature ?
We skipped out and looked; but it warn't nothing but the flutter of a steamboat's wheel away down, coming around the point; so we come back.
HAMMER BLOW: Wolves' Stephen Ward holds his head as Burnley players wheel away to celebrate their second goal.
ClEan uP: girls wheel away the deckchairs for the night FAMILY OUTING: Enjoying the shade of a weeping willow tree on Stratford Recreation Ground.
Wheelie bins have been used by burglars in Hartlepool to climb over backyard walls and gain access to properties, as well as being used to wheel away or hide stolen goods.
We've all seen enough of Monty Panesar and Graeme Swann to know they're highly unlikely to rip through the Windies, so why not bring back those great spin kings Peter Such (right) and Richard Illingworth to wheel away in tandem?
Get on your bike and wheel away with your family for a perfect - and healthy - outing gadgets
We will literally take the wheel away from drunk drivers.
The intruders also used the club's Red Cross stretcher to wheel away a framed jersey given to midfielder Tommy Bryce for his 40th birthday.
Bellvano begins to wheel away (top) as the rest of the field jump off, and (below) is completely detached PICTURES COURTESY OF RUK
IT'S PARK-RED: Aberdeen players wheel away in delight after Darren Mackie's fifth-minute effort gave them a fifth-minute lead and left Celtic's defence looking shell-shocked
Coulthard - who regularly travels at over 180mph - revealed he rarely gets behind the wheel away from the circuit.