retaining the hull during threshing; having a persistent enclosing hull: hulled wheat.
naturally having a hull: hulled sesame seeds.
having the hull removed: hulled strawberries.
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How to use hulled in a sentence
Top with any of the following · Mixed berry—8 ounces each, hulled strawberries, raspberries, and blueberries.
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.
Mother also said that you should never wash berries after they were hulled, because if you did you lost part of the juice.A Little Preserving Book for a Little Girl | Amy Waterman