hull[ huhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF hull
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HULL
It was like a ship with too many masts and sails and too small a hull.
In 1658, he was selected by his townsmen of Hull to represent them in Parliament.
The tug's hull was practically filled with a maze of machinery.
No knife, no rocket pistol, no line with magnet for securing oneself to a hull.
In the initial stages of building, the hull was upside down.
Six port-holes are now bored in each side of the hull with a 1/2-inch bit.
Fig. 89 shows the various pieces necessary to construct the hull.
The submerged portion of a yacht is, as in all other boats, termed the hull.
Otherwise the water will not be pumped from the hull very rapidly.
Only two materials are used in the construction of this hull, aluminum and mahogany.