Doubting this statement, Jimmie clambered 224 into the small boat and sculled toward the stern of the false “U-13”.
I had steamed it down the Mississippi, and sculled it up the Orinoco.
He also sculled exceedingly cleanly, his hands worked in perfect unison, and his blades came out clean and sharp.
He sculled the punt to the little cove by the Head, and there loaded her with rocks.
He sculled the small craft quickly over the intervening distance and was soon alongside.
Seizing the gig's bow, he pushed her off and got on board while Wyndham sculled her round.
Im going to have a professional oarsman coach me, Boswell threw to them over his shoulder as he sculled off.
And always, when it fell, we sculled fiercely and gained on her, if only a little.
The trunks were put in my boat, the passengers seated themselves on them, and I sculled them out to the steamer.
They set the big gaff mainsail and Harry sculled her out of the cove before he hoisted the jib.
kind of short, light, spoon-bladed oar, mid-14c., of unknown origin. The verb is from 1620s, from the noun. Related: Sculled; sculling.