gulch

a small, steep valley, usually occupied by a stream

Gulch

In xeric lands, a gulch is a deep V-shaped valley formed by erosion. It may contain a small stream or dry creek bed and is usually larger in size than a gully. Sudden intense rainfall upstream may produce flash floods in the bed of the gulch. In eastern Canada, gulch refers to: ...
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Gulch

• (n.) A ravine, or part of the deep bed of a torrent when dry; a gully. • (n.) A glutton. • (v. t.) To swallow greedily; to gulp down. • (n.) Act of gulching or gulping.
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Gulch

[horse] Guided by Hall of Fame trainer LeRoy Jolley, Gulch was a precocious two-year-old, winning the Grade I Hopeful Stakes at Saratoga Race Course with Angel Cordero, Jr. astride by 3½ lengths. He was undefeated that year going into the Breeders` Cup Juvenile, having won five starts in New York, but placed fifth to Capote, behind Alysheb...
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Gulch

Gulch noun 1. Act of gulching or gulping. [ Obsolete] 2. A glutton. [ Obsolete] B. Jonson. 3. A ravine, or part of the deep bed of a torrent when dry; a gully.
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Gulch

Gulch transitive verb [ Middle English gulchen ; confer dial. Swedish gölka to gulch , Dutch gulzig greedy, or English gulp .] To swallow greedily; to gulp down. [ Obsolete]
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Gulch

a narrow ravine or small canyon.
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Gulch

A ravine.
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gulch

[n] - a narrow gorge with a stream running through it
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