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Keeled scales


Keeled scales refer to reptile scales that, rather than being smooth, have a ridge down the center that may or may not extend to the tip of the scale, making them ...

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Keeled definition, 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 ...

Even–keeled | Definition of Even–keeled by Merriam-Webster


Define even–keeled: characterized by stability or consistency.

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keeled. play \ˈkēld\ adjective .... keeled snake · keeler · keeler polygraph · keelhaul · keelie · keelivine · keel line · keelman · keel molding · keel–shaped scraper.

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a. The principal structural member of a boat or ship, running along the center of the hull from bow to stern, to which the ribs are attached. b. A projecting ridge or ...

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having a ridge or shaped like a ridge or suggesting the keel of a ship.

Keeled Scales


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even keeled synonym | English synonyms dictionary | Reverso

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even keeled synonyms, antonyms, English dictionary, English language, definition, see also 'event',eve',evening',eventful', Reverso dictionary, English synonym ...

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Color Patterns & Scales Structure :: Florida Museum of Natural History


The scales on the backs of snakes are either smooth or they are keeled. Smooth scales, just as the name indicates, have a smooth surface that reflects the light, ...

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.
Literary. a ship or boat.
a part corresponding to a ship's keel in some other structure, as in a dirigible balloon.
(initial capital letter) Astronomy. the constellation Carina.
Botany, Zoology. a longitudinal ridge, as on a leaf or bone; a carina.
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