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4.
A rower who uses two oars at the same time, one in each hand; this allows smaller boats to be rowed sculling, than sweep rowing. A pair being the smallest sweep boat with two people each with one oar. A single being the smallest sculling boat, with one person but two oars

To avoid confusion sweep and scull boats are named differently, a four man sweep boat is called simply "four", while a four man sculling boat is called " Quadruple scull" or just "quad"

The abbreviation for sculling boats is the number of rowers in the boat followed by an "x" to denote a scull then a "+" or "-" to denote coxed boats to coxless boats
Coxed Quadruple scull is "4x+"
Coxless Quadruple scull is "4x-"
Por Random91010 14 de abril de 2009
 
1.
(v trans) to drink (an alcoholic beverage) in a single draught.

Syn. chug

Poss. derived from "skol" a term similar to "cheers!"
There is no bloody way I'm sculling that yard-glass.
Por Spootonium 10 de octubre de 2004
 
2.
To drink a beverage (usually alcoholic) very quickly. Synonym for chug.
Scull! Scull! Scull!
Por Anonymous 02 de septiembre de 2003
 
3.
To row with an oar in each hand versus both hands on one oar as in sweep in a sliding seat rigged boat that is long and narrow. Usually a single rower. The opposite of the Team Sport of Crew. Great sport for the solitary athlete.
He sculls. She rows but she hates crew.
Por RobitJ 14 de diciembre de 2008
 
5.
To scull around; to mill around. To waste time in a lethargic manner, typically playing video games on rust-colored couches in the musty apartments of Ithaca, NY.
"Hey Nate, would you quit sculling around, we got shit to do!"

"I can't stand sculling around like this all day. I need to accomplish a task!"
Por Brian Fortitude Bell 18 de enero de 2007