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Spell check of hulk

Correct spelling: hulk

destroyer, mass, wreck, canoe, lug, rule, scaffold, hover, schooner, ability, amazon, tanker, bateau, longboat, scull, catamaran, kayak, chunk, buttress, freighter, skiff, clodhopper, giant star, bulk, galley, motorboat, pontoon, barge, hydrofoil, whale, tower, dinghy, palooka, dominate, ferry, framework, skeleton, reign, cargo boat, cruiser, liner, speedboat, clod, raft, he-man, watercraft, gawk, body, submarine, gondola, klutz, remains, lump, trawler, monster, scow, paddle boat, colossus, ocean liner, clump, stanchion, manikin, hull, yacht, predominate, derelict, frame, fishing boat, houseboat, gantry, sailboat, bark, oaf, lifeboat, hunk, meathead, cutter, rowboat, dory, loom, aircraft carrier, mannikin, shambles, tugboat, rafter, support, gunboat, goliath, bulk large, cabin cruiser, foundation, vessel, frigate, boat, ship, lubber, titan, shell, brute, lout, part, behemoth, giant, lummox, brood, joist, ruins, merchantman, icebreaker, steamboat, gamine, prevail, meatball, sampan, heavyweight, battleship, Neanderthal, ox, beanpole, dugout.

egghead, sage, brainiac, intellectual, wizard, genius, thinker, whiz, brain.

Examples of usage:

1) This was nothing more nor less than the hulk of what had once been a fair- sized schooner. - "The Boy Aviators' Flight for a Fortune", Wilbur Lawton.

2) High above the waves, like a huge hearse, floated that dreary hulk. - "A Lady's Captivity among Chinese Pirates in the Chinese Seas", Fanny Loviot.

3) When they all swarm about the decks and rigging in their white suits, to rest in the sun for a brief half- hour after the midday meal, it is as if a flock of sea- birds had alighted on the picturesque old hulk. - "Cornwall", G. E. Mitton.