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gulch

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Geography
gulchgulch /ɡʌltʃ/ noun [countable] American English  SGa narrow deep valley formed in the past by flowing water, but usually dry now
Examples from the Corpus
gulchCrawling at a walk up the darkening gulch, they ate.We followed down along the dry gulch, and what we saw was terrible.The soldiers had followed along the gulch, as they ran, and murdered them in there.She forgot the excitement down below, she forgot the misunderstanding that had kept them silent down the gulch.It's a long way down into the gulch.
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