[ UK /ɡˈʌli/ ]
[ US /ˈɡəɫi/ ]
  1. deep ditch cut by running water (especially after a prolonged downpour)
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How To Use gully In A Sentence

  • Along the Leathad Riabhach gully, the Ben More Thrust steepens into a subvertical fault with gneiss to the NE and quartzite to the SW.
  • We had one last taste of bauera as we crossed a gully to the adjacent ridge which saw us safely down.
  • Hartland took a fine gully catch to dismiss Russell.
  • The country here is an expanse of smoothish tilted slopes, big, empty, and lonely, and crossed (at about the middle point) by a strange narrow gut or gully, up which the railway once ran to Montauban. The Old Front Line
  • Then I noticed that a lot of debris, consisting of tree trimmings and garbage that people had thrown into the gully was rammed up against the side of the bridge facing the direction the water flowed from.
  • The second sandwolf peered from the side of the quarasote, then turned, and bounded to a second clump of quarasote, before vanishing into a gully so small that Wendra could barely make it out. Darkness
  • On the south side of the plot is a gully of ice age origin, which would hold millions of newts if development drives them a few yards south.
  • The descent down into the gully seemed like the hard section was in the beginning with some scrambling down boulders.
  • Birdsong Gully, which has been running for the last month, is a set of posts in the bush where people can touch a screen and hear birds such as the little spotted kiwi and tui.
  • Nevertheless, as a precaution, the murderers roped their victims together and led them to a gully where any attempt to escape would be impeded before they went about their grisly business.
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