He rode through the coulee without seeing a single cow and an exploration lasting over an hour resulted no better.
It was the only course to pursue with anyone from Denson coulee.
All seven of them fell close around the mouth of the coulee.
No spear of grass was visible and the rock floor of the coulee was baked and dry.
The grass was brown, the rocky outcroppings of the coulee wall yellow and gray and red—and the river was so blue, and so quiet!
Couldn't see you from down in the coulee when I fired at that bird.
If the redcoats catch you this side of Barfleur coulee, or in the coulee itself, you'll stand no chance.
There's no trail, an' it's up one coulee an' down another till you get there.
Near the mouth of the coulee he crawled through a wire fence.
In the coulee beyond that hill was the spot he had marked for his shelter.
"deep ravine, seasonally flooded," 1804, a North American word, originally in areas explored by French trappers, from French coulée "flow" (17c.), from fem. past participle of couler "to flow," from Latin colare "to filter, strain" (see colander).