One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Used to indicate that a situation is complicated and affected by secret or indirect influences.
- ‘Omar claims he kidnapped Daniel on his own accord but there are wheels within wheels and one may never come to know the true mastermind behind this kidnapping.’
- ‘He gets that sense that nobody really knows what's going on, of wheels within wheels or a wilderness of mirrors.’
- ‘The Music Box is a perfect distillation of comic character, and it contains wheels within wheels of humiliation for our heroes.’
- ‘Wheels within wheels within wheels, everybody fact-checks every one else, and the truth eventually is found.’
- ‘That there are, wheels within wheels, is something that the liberals fail to see.’
- ‘But of course there are wheels within wheels, and who knows which way they're turning?’
- ‘Taberah felt dizzy with the complexity, or more accurately, giddy, drunk; he heard wheels within wheels within wheels within wheels.’
- ‘The foibles and frictions, the political in-fighting and wheels within wheels are the same wherever the spotlights spark up.’
- ‘Sources tell us that Nine saved itself a big sum thanks to this fortuitous family connection, which adds wheels within wheels within wheels to the story.’
- ‘And as it all unravelled, cosy deals, lax auditing, wheels within wheels, and slippery accounting was exposed.’
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