noun, plural (especially collectively) scul·pin, (especially referring to two or more kinds or species) scul·pins.
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It was about noon that a stable-boy delivered Barnacles at Sculpin Point.
We put out a bait that anybody with sense would say couldn't catch nothin' but sculpin, and, by mighty, we hooked a halibut!Cap'n Eri|Joseph Crosby Lincoln
Barnacles was experienced, but a vehicle such as this amphibious product of Sculpin Point he had never before seen.
He was confidential friend, advising philosopher, and mate of Sculpin Point.
The spring sculpin and the flabby, muddy flounder are the common rewards of the angler's toil.Life of Oliver Wendell Holmes|E. E. Brown