1.2A light, narrow boat propelled with a scull or a pair of sculls.
- He has supported his wife, Sonia, in her successful quest to qualify a single sculls boat for the Athens Olympics.
- This year he trained the light scull world champion Victoria Dimitrova as well as Neikova.
- The two friends had gone for a light row and were turning the double scull boat opposite the boat slip at the Rowing Club when Kieran became suddenly ill.
1.3 (sculls) A race between boats in which each participant uses a pair of oars.
- Anne Homa won women's S1 single sculls and Anna Mahlamaki won women's novice sculls in her first race in a sculling boat despite clipping the bank a few times.
- Nikree is concentrating on the double sculls to be raced tomorrow, and Yung did well despite nursing a sprained ankle which she sustained earlier this week.
- This meant that the junior men's and junior women's quadruple sculls, together with three final races in the Japan Cup, were not held.
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1Propel a boat with sculls.
- World Cup single sculling champion Miroslava Knapkova was in complete control of her heat as she sculled in nearly half a minute up on the field including Dutch Challenge Cup winner Myke Mol.
- Greatly curious, the American fishermen lifted anchor and sculled over with oars.
- Dick Gradley sculled well to win men's veteran H handicapped sculls in 17-59.
1.1 [with object] Transport (someone) in a boat propelled with sculls.
Middle English: of unknown origin.
Words that rhyme with scullannul, cull, dull, gull, hull, lull, mull, null, skull, Solihull, trull, Tull
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