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hulled

[ huhld ]
/ hʌld /
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adjective
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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Origin of hulled

1570–80 hull1 + -ed2
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