keel over

VERB
  1. turn over and fall
    the man had a heart attack and keeled over
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How To Use keel over In A Sentence

  • Obama may simply keel over on a treadmill; and that would be dam funny given the femmy food he eats to keep his girlish figure. White House Party Crashers Met President Obama - Power to the People or Did They Do Something Wrong?
  • The key difference is that participation in endurance exercise makes it highly unlikely that someone will keel over between the ages of 50 and 69.
  • Some of the boats keel over and sink, spilling pilgrims and fuel into the harbour.
  • I could be sitting in a classroom and just keel over. Christianity Today
  • I'm scared he'll run into health problems and will just keel over one day. The Sun
  • The more 'presenteeism', apparently, the more people keel over. Times, Sunday Times
  • This lot plays brass instruments and would keel over in a light breeze. Times, Sunday Times
  • In the most famous example, from the Book of Genesis, Enoch father of the even hoarier Methuselah doesn't simply keel over at the ripe old age of 300 but is "translated," body and soul, into heaven. Foreign to Familiar, Essence Intact
  • It would allow him to go quietly in his sleep or keel over happily on the fourth green.
  • This lot plays brass instruments and would keel over in a light breeze. Times, Sunday Times
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