Keelhaul

Keel'haul` intransitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Keelhauled ; present participle & verbal noun Keelhauling .] [ 3d keel + haul : confer LG. & Dutch kielhalen , German kielholen . ] [ Written also
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Keelhaul

• (v. i.) To haul under the keel of a ship, by ropes attached to the yardarms on each side. It was formerly practiced as a punishment in the Dutch and English navies.
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Keelhaul

[band] Keelhaul is a four piece progressive Mathcore/sludge metal band from Cleveland, Ohio. The members are Aaron Dallison (bass and vocals), Dana Embrose (guitar), Will Scharf (drums), and Chris Smith (guitar and vocals). The band toured Europe in April 2004, and subsequently went on a lengthly break. With no tours or new music recorded,
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keelhaul

to punish by dragging under keel of ship
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Keelhaul

To pull somebody under the keel of a ship. Done by using ropes and often as a form of punishment.
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keelhaul

to punish by dragging under keel of ship
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