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Wheelhouse or Wheel-house may refer to:
- Bridge (nautical), also known as a pilothouse, the location of the ship's wheel of a boat or ship
- The covering or housing of a paddle wheel in a paddle steamer also known as the paddle-box
- Wheelhouse or wheel-well, the part of a vehicle body surrounding one of the wheels, typically a fender or a smaller part attached to the inner surface of the fender
- A Turntable (rail)-like device which allows wagons to switch rails
- In baseball jargon: The sweet spot of a baseball player's strike zone where the most power and strength can be utilized
- An English language idiom derived from the baseball jargon meaning area of knowledge
- Wheelhouse (archaeology), a prehistoric structure from the Iron Age found in Scotland
- The portion of the building in a watermill that contains the waterwheel or gears to power the millstone
- Wheelhouse (album), a 2013 album by Brad Paisley
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