careenage

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careen (kəˈriːn)
 
vb
1.  to sway or cause to sway dangerously over to one side
2.  (tr) nautical to cause (a vessel) to keel over to one side, esp in order to clean or repair its bottom
3.  (intr) nautical (of a vessel) to keel over to one side
 
[C17: from French carène keel, from Italian carena, from Latin carīna keel]
 
ca'reenage
 
n
 
ca'reener
 
n

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