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gully

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Nature, Geology, Geography
gullygul‧ly, gulley /ˈɡʌli/ noun (plural gullies) [countable]  1 DNa small narrow valley, usually formed by a lot of rain flowing down the side of a hill2 DNa deep ditch
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gullyThe phalanx of ladies drew me away from there and up a gully.After one more headland we joined the official high level route to go round the edge of a deep gully.Enemy aircraft swarmed overhead, methodically searching each gully and outcrop.Hartland took a fine gully catch to dismiss Russell.It was noted that it bounced only once before exploding in the gully below!Yet the moment they skidded into the gully they were trapped.
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