A two-ton, four-wheeled, enclosed (as in a house) vehicle used by the majority of Americans for their daily transportation needs. While technically operated in the public right-of-way, Americans consider the interior of the wheelhouse to be their own, exclusive space, where they are not expected to socialize with their fellow citizens (similar to the non-wheeled house where people typically sleep at night).
It's no wonder the average American feels no sense of civic responsibility: Their lives consist of going from their house, to their wheelhouse, to work, and back.
by RChickenMan June 07, 2010
Location or area on the front of the human body between the neck and the abdomen.
The quarterback passed the ball to the receiver right in his wheelhouse.
by B Stanton September 19, 2005
someone's personal space. can be used when someone is in your face, or in your business.
dude, get back, your all up in my wheelhouse.
by fenderbender298 July 10, 2008