Crossword clues for sculling
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Scull \Scull\, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Sculled; p. pr. & vb. n. Sculling.] (Naut.) To impel (a boat) with a pair of sculls, or with a single scull or oar worked over the stern obliquely from side to side.
vb. (present participle of scull English)
n. rowing by a single oarsman in a racing shell
Usage examples of "sculling".
Joanna had gone for a swim and she was sculling along on her back, watching his approach.
Then she saw a shadow move under the rock and backed up in a hurry as a small shark came sculling out lazily.
Wikkell proceeded in their silken boat, but more cautiously than before, sculling slowly.
During his residency, Zach had gotten badly out of shape, and sculling again helped him get back into good condition, although he would never be the aerobic machine he was in college.
I let her glide, cautioning her to hold both alulae open with her thumbs for more lift at slow speeds, while barely sculling with her fingers.
Four days later Paxton went before a judge: not to show remorse, or enter a plea, but to request that his murder trial not interfere with his sculling schedule.
But they did some fast sculling to get it on the port side where it was hid.
Meanwhile the River Police kept their eyes and ears open, and remained on terms of strict affability with Jim when they encountered him sculling his leisurely way about the river.
Roland and I went early in the day, before the others were on the river, and Roland began trying sculling boats at the principal place where they are let.
We went back to the tourist slope and I let her glide, cautioning her to hold both alulae open with her thumbs for more lift at slow speeds, while barely sculling with her fingers.
I led her into the updraft, leaned gently right, then back left to start the counterclockwise climb, all the while sculling very slowly so that she could keep up.
I glanced up I saw that Sigismund and Annie were a long way ahead, and Solon was sculling very indolently.
You are liable to occasionally splash a little when sculling, and it appeared that a drop of water ruined those costumes.
I was sculling, and asked the fellows who were steering if they thought it could be done, and they said, oh, yes, they thought so, if I pulled hard.
He was thinking that he liked running on country roads and sculling on the river, that he liked the idea of being near Nicky, and that he had enough story ideas to keep three teams at work.