The word “keeling” has 2 syllables: keel-ing.

It's pronounced as /ˈkiːlɪŋ/.

What is synonym and antonym for keeling?

In the thesaurus, “keeling” has 9 synonyms and 1 antonym.

Here are synonyms and antonyms for keeling along with examples of usage in sentences.

Synonyms for keeling

  • collapsing
  • crumpling
  • falling
  • flumping
  • plonking
  • plopping
  • plunking
  • toppling
  • tumbling

Antonyms for keeling

  • rising

Meanings of keeling

  • verb
    1. To mark with ruddle.
    2. To put to death; to extinguish the life of.
    3. To render inoperative.
    4. To stop, cease or render void; to terminate.
    5. To amaze, exceed, stun or otherwise incapacitate.
    6. To cause great pain, discomfort or distress to.
    7. To produce feelings of dissatisfaction or revulsion in.
    8. To use up or to waste.
    9. To exert an overwhelming effect on.
    10. To overpower, overwhelm or defeat.
    11. To force a company out of business.
    12. To produce intense pain.
    13. To punish severely.
    14. To strike (a ball, etc.) with such force and placement as to make a shot that is impossible to defend against, usually winning a point.
    15. To cause (a ball, etc.) to be out of play, resulting in a stoppage of gameplay.
    16. To succeed with an audience, especially in comedy.
    17. To cause to assume the value zero.
    18. (IRC) To disconnect (a user) involuntarily from the network.
    19. To deadmelt.
  • noun
    1. A cod.

Example Sentences

  • The sailboat gently rocked, keeling with the rhythm of the waves.
  • As the wind picked up, the ship started keeling to one side.
  • The experienced sailor adjusted the sails to prevent the boat from keeling too much.
  • A sudden gust of wind had the small boat keeling dangerously.
  • The yacht smoothly navigated the water, elegantly keeling in the breeze.

On this page you'll find 10 synonyms, antonyms, or another words to keeling, such as: collapsing, crumpling, falling, flumping, plonking, plopping, plunking.

Make sure to choose synonyms and antonyms that are appropriate for the context of the sentence.

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