English version

scull in Water topic

scullscull2 verb [intransitive, transitive]  TTWto make a small boat move along using a pair of oars syn row→ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
scullA kid had thrown one of his trainers into the Thames while he was out sculling.Haining volunteered to be my sculling coach closer to my week's rowing with Redgrave.Ian sculled, Dhani worked the rudder.We sculled down the river to the official Regatta start, using the time to practise our strokes.The physical demands challenged my determination to the full, whilst I found the whole single sculling experience to be humbling.We had beaten his gloomy forecast of 12 minutes and I had sculled the whole course without once catching a crab.Matthew and Tim would be rowing, Steve and I would scull, thus having the advantage.You didn't scull too badly today.