n.the frame or body of ship
n.persistent enlarged calyx at base of e.g. a strawberry or raspberry
n.dry outer covering of a fruit or seed or nut
A motorboat designed so that the prow and much of the hull lift out of the water and skim the surface at high speeds.
To hull grain and sift rice
Soon her gigantic hull appeared passing along between the Banks, and eleven o'clock struck as she anchored in the road
One of a pair of movable boards or plates attached to the hull of a sailing vessel to reduce downwind DRIFT.
Eden and Hull are locked in lengthy discussions
Sakers and aspirators separate the Hull from the cracked cotyledons and rollers flake them
The boat's Hull has been staved in by the tremendous seas
A fully-loaded tanker with its Hull low in the water
How many days' sail is it from Hull to Oslo?
But if the steel plate is shaped into a ship, the air that is in the space in the steel Hull makes the specific gravity of the ship smaller.