How to Pronounce fortune's wheels?

Correct pronunciation for the word "fortune's wheels" is [fˈɔːt͡ʃuːnz wˈiːlz], [fˈɔːt‍ʃuːnz wˈiːlz], [f_ˈɔː_tʃ_uː_n_z w_ˈiː_l_z].

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"Fortune's wheels" in context

Fortune's wheels is a metaphor which has been used throughout history to explain the unpredictable nature of life. It suggests that life is a wheel and that the highs and lows of life can be unpredictable and can bring both pleasure and pain. It is impossible to know what will happen in life, as it can change in an instant. For instance, even if you are successful and wealthy, a sudden and unexpected event such as a flood, earthquake, or other natural disaster can turn your fortunes on its head. And, even if you are poor and struggling, it is possible to find unexpected luck and gain a fortune.

Usage over time for fortune's wheels:

This graph shows how "fortune's wheels" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

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