scull

Part of speech: noun

The skull.

Part of speech: noun

Sculler.

Part of speech: verb

To use a scull or sculls.

Part of speech: noun

An oar worked over the stern.

Part of speech: noun

A light short handled spoon oar.

Part of speech: noun

A small boat for sculling.

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Usage examples "scull":

  1. And I said I hoped I shouldn't break a scull- but there's another way of spelling that, and it was the other way I meant!" - "The Thousandth Woman", Ernest W. Hornung.
  2. Which hand you scull over or which under makes little or no difference. - "Rowing", Rudolf Chambers Lehmann.
  3. Scull her off to the yacht as fast as possible! - "Johnstone of the Border", Harold Bindloss.