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.Horses Nine
So Dr. Sculpin came with his neat little medicine-box under his arm.A Little Book of Profitable Tales
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
Rackby's heart came into his throat with the slow surge of a sculpin on a hook.
Graves, who was fond of salt water fishing, knew what a sculpin was, and appreciated the comparison.Cap'n Warren's Wards
Joseph C. Lincoln