Crossword clues for tull
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Tull \Tull\, v. t. [OE. tullen. See Tole.] To allure; to tole. [Obs.]
With empty hands men may no hawkes tull.
Housing Units (2000): 167
Land area (2000): 3.421715 sq. miles (8.862200 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 0.014234 sq. miles (0.036866 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 3.435949 sq. miles (8.899066 sq. km)
FIPS code: 70220
Located within: Arkansas (AR), FIPS 05
Location: 34.446405 N, 92.581518 W
ZIP Codes (1990):
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Tull may refer to:
Tull is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
- Edmund Tull (1870–1911), Hungarian artist
- Fisher Tull (1934–1994), American musician
- Jethro Tull (agriculturist) (1674–1740), English agricultural pioneer
- Mustafa Wahbi et Tull (1897–1949), Jordanian poet
- Patrick Tull (1941–2006), British actor
- Walter Tull (1888–1918), British football player and soldier
- Vernon Tull and Cora Tull, a fictional couple in the William Faulkner novel As I Lay Dying
Usage examples of "tull".
Conan noted that these furs seemed very similar in shape and color to the Blind Whites, as Tull had called them.
As they neared their destination, Tull halted them and began to whisper.
A short ledge led from the mouth of the tunnel along the rock wall to the beach, and Conan and Tull made their way down to the shore to join the woman.
He attained the base of the spire and climbed rapidly, joining Elashi and Tull within a moment.
She finished the chore quickly, mindful of the kind of things Tull had spoken of as living in the lake.
The Cimmerian looked across the fish at Tull, who nodded, and both men dug their paddles into the water.
Elashi, and Tull floated along the Sunless Sea for the best part of a day without major incident.
He relieved Tull after a few hours, and Elashi chose to sit with him as the older man fell into slumber.
The dead fish, aside from filling the cavern with a noxious, rotting stench, had also begun to sink to the point where it was almost impossible to propel it with the fin paddles Conan and Tull wielded.
It had massive arms and squarish, thick fingers, and its movements propelled the boat along at thrice the best speed Conan and Tull had managed to move the fish.
A few moments later the thing was out of sight, and Conan moved to where Tull and Elashi waited.
With Tull holding the ball of fungus high, the three of them started off down the tunnel.
Conan said, scrambling to attain the bare rock, as did Elashi, but Tull slipped on the smooth coating over the floor and fell.
He darted past Tull, scooped him up with one arm, and leaped for the closest patch of bare rock.
Conan smiled as he saw his two friends leap aside, except that Tull stuck his foot out and tripped the attacker.