an upright member rising from the after end of a keel; a rudderpost or propeller post.
(nautical) the main upright timber or structure at the stern of a vessel
a hold in which a wrestler places full body weight on a supine opponent in trying to pin the opponent’s shoulders to the mat.
to search all parts of the body of: Police ordered the suspects to strip and then body-searched them for hidden caches of narcotics. noun a form of search by police, customs officials, etc, that involves examination of a prisoner’s or suspect’s bodily orifices verb (transitive) to search (a prisoner or suspect) in this manner