When the gulf had grown dark, he ceased rowing and flung the sculls in.
When she entered the boat he had the sculls ready and directly she sat down he shoved off.
He swung one of the sculls about his head, and shouted, 'Stand back!'
The walls were constructed with the sculls of men, which grinned horribly with their teeth.
They got the boat out, and the Rat took the sculls, paddling with caution.
I stepped into the dinghy and motioned to take the sculls from her.
For a hundred yards or more I bent to my sculls and made her fly.
Nigel could not help laughing at the way she said this as he handed her the sculls.
I begin to feel as if handling the sculls a little would be of sarvice to me.
The sculls bend like wands, the rowlocks creak, the thole-pins crack.