Examples of skull in a Sentence
He had a fractured skull.
paleoanthropologists recently found the skull of a prehistoric man in a remote area of the desert
Recent Examples of skull from the Web
Mr. Musk said in one interview that Neuralink planned to develop ways of implanting hardware in the skulls of completely healthy people.
The thickness of the skull required stronger X-rays that those typically available to penetrate the fossil, the lab said.
Cleland, for example, was able to identify proteins from a 12,000-year-old giant beaver skull sitting in a museum collection since 1845.
There was the one whose skull had been fractured with a crowbar and another whose rifle wound remained visible on his ankle and another, aided by a wooden cane, who still had a 9-millimeter round embedded near his spine.
Like Wonder's main character, my condition forced me to endure numerous surgeries to expand my skull and correct my facial differences.
So that may be the very skull Cersei pierced here in a potentially clever book callback.
Two went to hospital; with fractured skulls, it was feared.
Cleveland shortstop Ray Chapman suffered a fractured skull and died in 1920 after being struck by a pitch from the Yankees’ Carl Mays.
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Origin and Etymology of skull
First Known Use: 13th centurySee Words from the same year
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Definition of skull for English Language Learners
: the structure of bones that form the head and face of a person or animal
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