I had no mind to be recaptured, and began to scull frantically towards the other vessel.
Kathleen could row, and she put the oars in the rowlocks, and sat down to scull.
Kingswell grabbed an oar, slipped it into a notch beside the tiller and began to "scull" the boat seaward.
I did so, Davies sounding with his scull between the strokes.
It is harder work to scull thirty-eight strokes in a minute than it is to row forty-four in the same time.
For a few moments, I now heard no more in the water; and I began to scull again.
Suppose his scull should prove to be broken; who was to stand the woes of trepanning?
Greer went back to the stern, picked up an oar and began to scull.
Dexter slipped into his place, took the scull, and began to row.
He found it impractical to remain longer in the stern attempting to scull.
kind of short, light, spoon-bladed oar, mid-14c., of unknown origin. The verb is from 1620s, from the noun. Related: Sculled; sculling.