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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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Allen was fortunate on the par-4 fourth hole when he chunked his approach to the green, then skulled a chip that took two bounces and fell into the hole for an unlikely birdie.
In 2005, as a member of the Chicago Cubs, he became the first man in Major League Baseball history to be skulled (by a 92-mph fastball) in his first and, for a long while after, only at-bat.
*** 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.