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skulled

(skŭld)
adj.
Having a skull, especially of a specified type. Often used in combination: broad-skulled.
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Ghost Rider 2: Spirit of Vengeance 3D (12A) Nic Cage returns as Johnny Blaze who, cursed with the powers of the fiery skulled biker, sets out to stop the devil taking human form, possibly that of a young boy.
It was poor golf and the eighth hole was the dog of them all when I topped my tee shot with my 3-wood and skulled it along the ground.
That one were none's skulled infant, second sight of two's twained woes, and tangled toxic root, nearer to nothing, nameless, sequent blight, as two's black ruse slits mind a riven fruit.
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It is pleasing to see Lewis subscribing to the view that this was (a) unnecessary and (b) numb skulled as he agreed with his coach, Warren Gatland, that a fifth region is exactly what the Welsh game requires.