1. Nautical. a central fore-and-aft structural member in the bottom of a hull, extending from the stem to the sternpost and having the floors or frames attached to it, usually at right angles: sometimes projecting from the bottom of the hull to provide stability.
2. Literary. a ship or boat.
3. a part corresponding to a ship's keel in some other structure, as in a dirigible balloon.
4. (initial capital letter) Astronomy. the constellation Carina.
5. Botany, Zoology. a longitudinal ridg
"wells can be keeled."
"slugs can be keeled."
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