from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. One employed in managing a Newcastle keel, or coal boat.
- n. A small or shallow tub.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One employed in managing a Newcastle keel; -- called also keelman.
- n. A small or shallow tub; esp., one used for holding materials for calking ships, or one used for washing dishes, etc.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who works on a barge or keel. Also keelman.
- n. A small shallow tub used for some domestic purposes, as dish-washing, also to hold stuff for calking ships, etc.
- n. A square or oblong wooden box, from 3 to 4 feet long and 6 to 8 inches deep, used in dressing mackerel, and also to hold the salt used in the process. More fully called gib-keeler.
Meh ... lee keeler that's totally the house from "drag me to hell".
Will whoa relevant keeler the briefcase suit = awesome. never thought we'd see the 80's silver/red this quick.cool. bring on the hulk-buster armor for part 3!
Ugly, old words like piggin and spurtle and keeler, which are all kitchen implements.
The remaining curds she tapped out into a small oaken keeler.
Pleese send a stabbed undressed envelope of Bern and Ern dancing and doing their splendid to entertain a most deserting group and we hope this fires you as you keeler.
Tote in pidgin and keeler -- make out of cedar and cypress.
'Go,' said mother, on meeting me, 'to the spring, and fetch a keeler of water, and take it up in the loft, and wash and dress yourself, and come down to my room; you will find your clean clothes on the bag of dried apples.'
But it sure would be fun and a bit adventurous to ask white liberal, socialist folk that same question just to see 'em squirm .... folks like hitler-y clintoon, garrison keeler, chrissy mathews, and/or keith older-man!
Although slow by the standards of the latest IMOCA 60s, which are probably a good 10 per cent faster, this sturdy canting carbon-keeler has proved very reliable indeed.
Said Kim keeler, of Knoxville, "they're not serving alcohol to these kids, I don't see the problem."