[ huhld ]
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  1. retaining the hull during threshing; having a persistent enclosing hull: hulled wheat.

  2. naturally having a hull: hulled sesame seeds.

  1. having the hull removed: hulled strawberries.

Origin of hulled

1570–80 hull1 + -ed2

Words Nearby hulled Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2024

How to use hulled in a sentence

  • Top with any of the following · Mixed berry—8 ounces each, hulled strawberries, raspberries, and blueberries.

    Sweet Brits | Lydia Brownlow | April 4, 2011 | THE DAILY BEAST
  • Meanwhile, three batteries had got her range, and under this terrible cross fire she was hulled at every discharge.

    The Hero of Manila | Rossiter Johnson
  • She had been hulled by six round and many grape shot, and her foremast had (p. 581) been cut by a twenty-four-pound shot.

  • The Americans promptly responded, and soon two eighteen-pound shot hulled the brig "Despatch."

  • He paid no attention to the first shot, and it was only when the second one hulled him that he came into the wind.