gulley

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see gully. another spelling of gully
a trench, ravine or narrow channel which was worn by water flow
a small valley
gully
a small valley
gully
A road drain
gully
a trench, ravine or narrow channel which was worn by water flow, especially on a hillside
gully
(Scotland and northern UK) A large knife

With that I made my mind up, took out my gully, opened it with my teeth, and cut one strand after another.

gully
{n} a channel worn by a current of water
gully
{v} to run with noise, to wear out or away
gulleys
plural of gulley
gully
To wear into a gully or into gullies
gully
a deep ditch or channel cut in the earth by running water, usually after a downpour
gully
A gully is a long narrow valley with steep sides. The bodies of the three climbers were located at the bottom of a steep gully
gully
A channel resulting from erosion and caused by the concentrated but intermittent flow of water usually during and immediately following heavy rains Deep enough (usually >0 5 m) to interfere with, and not to be obliterated by, normal tillage operations
gully
A channel or miniature valley cut by concentrated runoff but through which water commonly flows only during and immediately after heavy rains or during the melting of snow The distinction between "gully" and rill is one of depth A gully is sufficiently deep that it would not be obliterated by normal tillage operations, whereas a rill would be smoothed by ordinary farm tillage
gully
A large knife
gully
A fielding position on the off side about 30 degrees behind square, between the slips and point; a fielder in such a position
gully
To flow noisily
gully
A drop kerb
gully
A channel or hollow worn in the earth by a current of water; a short deep portion of a torrent's bed when dry
gully
A channel resulting from erosion and caused by the concentrated flow of water during or immediately following heavy rains A gully generally is an obstacle to farm machinery and is too deep to be obliterated by ordinary tillage (A rill is of less depth and can be smoothed by ordinary tillage )
gully
– A deep ditch or channel cut by running water; a small, narrow ravine
gully
A narrow channel worn away by the flow of water, especially on a hillside
gully
deep ditch cut by running water (especially after a prolonged downpour)
gully
this usually refers to a wide, shallow ravine on a mountainside
gully
A grooved iron rail or tram plate
gully
Large intermittent drainage channel developed from the erosion forces of drainages occurring from surface water runoff
gully
A potential victim of a peel, a gullible sod
gully
A channel on the landscape created by uncontrolled running water
gully
A very small channel formed by running water Gullies hold water for brief periods of time after a rain storm or snow melt
gully
A deeply eroded channel caused by concentrated flow of water
gully
{i} trench, ditch; small ravine
gully
A rift or narrow depression running up cliffs and hillsides In descent, best avoided, unless it is a well-known and easily followed route Often contains running water and loose rock
gulley

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    /ˈgəlē/ /ˈɡʌliː/

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    (noun.) 1637. obsolete English gully.

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