a projection or ridge that suggests a keel
the median ridge on the breastbone of birds that fly
one of the main longitudinal beams (or plates) of the hull of a vessel; can extend vertically into the water to provide lateral stability
walk as if unable to control one's movements;
"The drunken man staggered into the room"
- The keel of the boat was made of steel.
- The workers are laying a keel of the ship.
- The ship keeled over in the storm.
- He must have drunk too much; when he tried to stand up, he keeled over.
- My email system would keel over if I tried send that much data.
The ship keeled over and sank.出自： L. MacNeice
He keeled off the table on to his back.出自： A. Judd