keelhaul|keelhauled|keelhauling|keelhauls in English
punish a person by dragging him or her on a rope through the water from one side of a boat to the other under the keel; punish severely
Use "keelhaul|keelhauled|keelhauling|keelhauls" in a sentence
1. I was keelhauled the first time I crossed the equator.
2. Bobbery first appears when Mario goes to find him to be Flavio's navigator so Mario could go to Keelhaul Key and get the fifth Crystal Star.Bobbery refuses, but it is revealed by Podley that while Bobbery was out at sea, his wife Scarlette died of a fever.