The stench of decomposing flesh greeted us before we saw that rotting bodies were lying in the gullies on either side of us.
But there were other pitch holes that any intelligent New Yorker would call ravines or gullies.
They might be waiting now at the mouth of any of these gullies.
The slopes were completely covered with little furrows and gullies where the rainwater had done its work.
The gullies are steep and narrow: the heat settles on them like a curse.
Most of the fire was high and whizzed over into the gullies, but many hundreds of all those thousands of bullets hit the parapet.
They were taken in the gullies that were cut for watering the meadows.
I think if he threatened some folks up hyeh an' in the gullies thar might be trouble.
It may be seen, frequently, in the ravines and gullies, and in the points of bluffs.
The marten travels mostly in the gullies and depressions on the mountains and hills.