Etymology

1. scull

noun. ['ˈskʌl'] each of a pair of short oars that are used by a single oarsman.

Etymology

  • sculle (Middle English (1100-1500))

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Rhymes with Scull

  • goksel
  • trull
  • stull
  • smull
  • skull
  • schmuhl
  • krull
  • krul
  • crull
  • bruhl
  • yul
  • tull
  • thull
  • thul
  • sul
  • shull
  • ruhl
  • puhl
  • null
  • mull
  • muhl
  • lull
  • kull
  • kuhl
  • juhl
  • hull
  • gull
  • gul
  • guhl
  • dulle

Sentences with scull


1. Verb, base form
Then, keep legs still and scull with your hands to keep on top of the water.

2. Verb, non-3rd person singular present
Keep your head aligned with your spine during the breaststroke too, particularly when you scull above the water.

2. scull

noun. ['ˈskʌl'] a racing shell that is propelled by sculls.

Synonyms

  • shell

Etymology

  • sculle (Middle English (1100-1500))

3. scull

noun. ['ˈskʌl'] a long oar that is mounted at the stern of a boat and moved left and right to propel the boat forward.

Etymology

  • sculle (Middle English (1100-1500))

4. scull

verb. ['ˈskʌl'] propel with sculls.

Etymology

  • sculle (Middle English (1100-1500))
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