Definitions

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  • adj. Deprived of the hulls.
  • adj. Having a hull.
  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of hull.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Deprived of the hulls.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • I tossed in hulled hempseed instead of the more traditional chopped nuts or raisins, and made myself some mini muffins as well as a few biggies to take to class and pass around.

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  • Whole (also known as hulled) barley is the most nutritious form of the grain.

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  • After repeating this feat two or three times, I 'hulled' up a stone, which went clean over the tower, and then one, my right foot still on the ledge, which rising at least five yards above the steeple, did fall down just at my feet.

    The Romany Rye

  • After repeating this feat two or three times, I "hulled" up a stone, which went clean over the tower, and then one, my right foot still on the ledge, which rising at least five yards above the steeple, did fall down just at my feet.

    The Romany Rye A Sequel to 'Lavengro'

  • After repeating this feat two or three times, I 'hulled' up a stone, which went clean over the tower, and then one -- my right foot still on the ledge -- which, rising at least five yards above the steeple, did fall down just at my feet.

    The Romany Rye a sequel to "Lavengro"

  • From the Blog: Waqa Drua = Large double-hulled canoes, some as long as 30 metres, capable of carrying up to 200 people, and faster than contemporary European ships.

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  • A double-hulled mothership will carry a six-passenger, piloted capsule to an altitude of 48,000 feet.

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  • Once hulled, they are also ready to be chopped up and added to anything from cereal to bread pudding.

    Do I need a strawberry huller? | Baking Bites

  • The idea of a tri-lobe airship dates back to 1863, when Solomon Andrews flew the Aereon, a triple-hulled, gravity-powered airship he hoped to develop for military and commercial use.

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  • With much of the route going through Russian waters, the crew said in a statement: "Less than 10 years ago, the first steel-hulled sailboat managed to get through just one of the passages, and 100 years ago, a circumnavigation would have taken six years."

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