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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of scull.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • See skulled.


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  • With all saurian ceremony, Menes was sculled over to found a city in about 3000 BC that would worship crocodiles, a city that under Ptolemy II was christened Crocodopolis.

    Richard Bangs: Quest for the Lord of the Nile

  • Dr. Lao-Hong felt a pang of pride for his sturdy countrymen as they deftly sculled the sampan out into the middle of the drifting fleet of waiting boats.

    In The Shadow of The Cypress

  • I sculled the dinghy in through the entrance to the harbour and in among the yachts moored there in rows; Tern IV was there, and Coral, I remember.

    Movie Night

  • I made all square and got the dinghy up, and sculled ashore with Mollie to the steps.

    Movie Night

  • Pearce let them pass and then sculled to victory, much to the delight of the Dutch onlookers.

    Would modern Olympians do the same?

  • Simon sculled and sculled until it felt like his arms would fall off.

    Some Assembly Required

  • Simon sculled and came upon a slick about ten feet wide.

    Some Assembly Required

  • Such a fish! ten times as big as the biggest trout, and a hundred times as big as Tom, sculling up the stream past him, as easily as Tom had sculled down.

    The Water Babies

  • And after that the two of them sculled the boats a little apart; for there might be a danger of their being dashed together by the first violence of the storm.

    The Boats of the 'Glen Carrig'

  • Their momentum and the last of the wind carried them into the cove; then Reiffen sculled the last few yards back through the entrance to the cave.

    Reiffeins Choice


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