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

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

Painful punishment whereby the pirates drag a person side-to-side under the pirate ship and they get cut up by the planks and barnacles from the bottom of the ship
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Keelhaul

Punishment by dragging under the ship, from one side to the other. The victim of a keelhauling would be half-drowned, or worse, and lacerated by the barnacles that grew beneath the 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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keelhaul

to punish by dragging under keel of ship
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Keelhaul

to punish by dragging under the ship and up the other side. As in, “Drink all the grog again and we’ll keelhaul ya.”
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keelhaul

To punish someone by dragging them under a ship, across the keel, until near-death or death. Both pirates and the Royal Navy were fond of this practice.
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