Definitions for "Gully"
Keywords:  ravine, eroded, tillage, erosion, steep
A channel or hollow worn in the earth by a current of water; a short deep portion of a torrent's bed when dry.
An eroded channel (generally at least 12 inches deep) which has deepened to the point that it cannot be removed by tillage.
A furrow, channel or miniature valley, usually with steep sides through which water commonly flows during and immediately after rains.
noun - A realmic division between two sets of points; a gap that separates two objects in tetraspace or lower. A gully can penetrate objects in pentaspace or higher without splitting them. It is the tetraspace analog of the hole in planespace and the chasm in realmspace.
A major submarine canyon indenting the seaward edge of the Scotian Shelf, which separates Banquereau and Sable Island Banks.
Keywords:  shallop, bait, cod, receptacle, tub
A barrel or half barrel/tub with handles or rope affixed to its sides, used as a receptacle for salt, fish, bait or cod livers. They were usually constructed from a shallop's tub -- see below. A gully stick was a long stick run through the rope handles allowing two people to carry the gully with either end of the stick resting on their shoulders. See also "hand-tub" for a photograph of a gully.
a broad, normally low-angled, depression that runs vertically down a mountain
Outfield position.
fielding position on the off side, about 30 degrees behind square, a static catching position designed to catch the ball after it hits the edge of the bat and deflects a long way, or for misplaced cut shots; fielding position between the slips and point. a fielder fielding in a gully position. !-- google_ad_client = "pub-3230152963892507"; google_ad_width = 728; google_ad_height = 15; google_ad_format = "728x15_0ads_al_s"; google_ad_channel =""; google_color_border = "B0E0E6"; google_color_bg = "FFFFFF"; google_color_link = "000000"; google_color_url = "336699"; google_color_text = "333333"; //-- Home | DM's Explanation of Cricket | Glossary
Keywords:  grooved, tram, rail, lever, recess
A grooved iron rail or tram plate.
The grooved recess on the great wheel that controls the start/stop pin-lever assembly.
a pool table with rails under the pockets which returns all pocketed balls to a common ball box at the foot of the table.
Keywords:  noisily, flow
To flow noisily.
An opening into a drain, normally at ground level, placed to receive water etc. from downpipes and wastepipes.
The separation between anchored tackless strips and the parallel baseboard or wall. The width of the gully should be slightly less than the thickness of the carpet but always less than 3/8 inch. The space between the tack strip and the wall.
Keywords:  sod, victim, peel, potential
A potential victim of a peel, a gullible sod.
An opening in the floor for the discharge of washings. It often provides hiding places for cockroaches and other pests.
Keywords:  knife, large
A large knife.
an open pipe which is covered with a grille and found just outside your building
Keywords:  wear
To wear into a gully or into gullies.
Keywords:  feature, different
a different (but similar) feature