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Definition of "hulls" []

  • The main body of a vessel, tank, flying boat, etc (noun)
  • The shell or pod of peas or beans; the outer covering of any fruit or seed; husk (noun)
  • The persistent calyx at the base of a strawberry, raspberry, or similar fruit (noun)
  • The outer casing of a missile, rocket, etc (noun)
  • To remove the hulls from (fruit or seeds) (verb)
  • To pierce the hull of (a vessel, tank, etc) (verb)
  • Plural form of hull. (noun)

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  • Third-person singular simple present indicative form of hull. (verb)

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Use "hulls" in a sentence
  • "Picking up brass and hulls is the only way I can afford to shoot."
  • "Then he looks in the bed of my truck and observes, ironically enough, a few empty hulls from the hunt the week before, the one the trooper who searched my truck wished me luck on."
  • "OR cut open their backs, rip out their stuffing and fill them with rice or can't think of the name hulls, sew them back up and use them like hot/cold packs."