Definition for "hull"
- The dry external covering of a fruit, seed,…
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- The dry external covering of a fruit, seed, or fan; a husk.
- The enlarged calyx of a fruit, eg a strawberry, which frequently green and simply detached.
- Nautical The frame or body of a ship, unique of masts, motors, or superstructure.
- The main body of various other huge vehicles, including a tank, airship, or flying motorboat.
- The outer casing of a rocket, directed missile, or spaceship.
- The external covering of a fruit or seed
- your body or framework of a vessel such a ship or jet
- The external covering of something, specially of a nut or of whole grain; the outer skin of a kernel; the husk.
- The framework or human body of a vessel, unique of her masts, yards, sails, and rigging.
- An outer covering, specifically of a nut or of grain; a husk.
- Synonyms Husk, etc. See epidermis, n.
- The framework or body of a ship, unique of her masts, yards, and rigging.
- Hence— In sporting, so far behind as to stand no chance of winning.
- A hovel; a pen; a sty.
- A dialectal pronunciation of whole, common in New England.
- the frame or human body of ship
- persistent enlarged calyx at base of e.g. a strawberry or raspberry
- dried out exterior covering of a fruit or seed or nut
- united states of america naval officer who commanded the `Constitution' throughout the War of 1812 and won a few brilliant victories resistant to the British (1773-1843)
- a big fishing port in northeastern England
- US diplomat who performed the groundwork for creating the un (1871-1955)
- to eliminate the hulls of (good fresh fruit or seeds).
- To strip off or split up the hull or hulls of; to clear of integument.
- To pierce the hull of, as a ship, with a cannon ball.
- To remove the external covering of a fruit or seed.
- to drift; becoming carried by the impetus of wind or water on ship's hull alone, with sails furled
- hitting (a ship) inside hull with cannon fire etc
- eliminate the hulls from
- To toss or drive regarding the water, like hull of a ship without sails.
- To strip off the hull or hulls of: as, to hull whole grain; to hull strawberries.
- To remove down.
- To strike or pierce the hull of (a ship) with a cannon-ball.
- To float or move regarding the water, because the hull of a ship without help of sails.
- A variant of slope.
- To shell (oysters).