Definition of Sculling

1. Noun. Rowing by a single oarsman in a racing shell.

Generic synonyms: Row, Rowing
Derivative terms: Scull



Definition of Sculling

1. Verb. (present participle of scull) ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Sculling

1. scull [v] - See also: scull

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sculling

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sculling (current term)
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sculptability

Literary usage of Sculling

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Sportby C. M. van Stockum by C. M. van Stockum (1914)
"Rowing and sculling. With chapler nn punting, ... Rowing and sculling. Weh man US $ -.10 4211 Woodgate (WR). Rowing and sculling ..."

2. Boating by Walter Bradford Woodgate, Edmond Warre, Robert Harvey Humfrey Mason (1889)
"His description of his own sculling at that juncture (modestly penned) was ' now rowing longer and with all his power.' This was quite true—he was not using ..."

3. Boating by Walter Bradford Woodgate (1891)
"CHAPTER X. sculling. sculling needs more precision and more watermanship than rowing. The strongest man only wastes his strength in sculling if he fails to ..."

4. Swimming: With Lists of Books Published in English, German, French and Other by Ralph Thomas (1904)
"Though Dunlop gives it the name of sculling he did not know the true action. He says of his diagram that ' the small amount of unprofitable action, ..."

5. Rowing by Rudolf Chambers Lehmann, Bertram Fletcher Robinson (1897)
"In writing an article on sculling, a sculler must of necessity be egotistical. ... sculling is so entirely an art by itself, that a man might just ..."

6. Wild Fowl Shooting: Containing Scientific and Practical Descriptions of Wild by William Bruce Leffingwell (1888)
"THE SCIENCE OF sculling WILD FOWL. To become an expert in the art of sculling wild fowl, one must be thoroughly versed in it scientifically; ..."

7. Training, in Theory and Practice by Archibald Maclaren (1874)
"A 35 Ib. sculling-boat would probably gain something like 3 or 4 Ibs. after ... sculling-boats have been built rather lighter than the weight here given, ..."

8. Nature by Norman Lockyer, Nature Publishing Group (1875)
"... as well as laterally, just in the same way that in sculling from the back of a boat the propelling surface of the oar is always similarly directed. ..."

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