Keelhauling

Keelhauling (Dutch kielhalen; `to drag along the keel`; German Kielholen; Swedish kölhalning; Danish kølhaling; Norwegian kjølhaling) is a form of punishment meted out to sailors at sea. The sailor was tied to a line that looped beneath the vessel, thrown overboard on one side of the ship, and dragged under the ship`s keel, either from one s......
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Keelhauling

Maritime punishment
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Keelhauling

• (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Keelhaul
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Keelhauling

Maritime punishment
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Keelhauling

Maritime punishment: to punish by dragging under the keel of a ship.
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