Examples of gulch in a Sentence
the gulch floods in the spring with the runoff from the mountains, so wait until later in the summer to hike it
Recent Examples of gulch from the Web
Though there are few roads into the area, it is cut through with dry gulches.
When the city cleared a train gulch at Gurney Street last year, residents said drug use that took place in the secluded area just moved out into the open.
In the last year, after the city and Conrail blocked access to a gulch alongside train tracks, four heroin encampments have sprawled under the train bridges on Lehigh Avenue.
On July 20, 1889, in a gulch by the Wyoming’s Sweetwater River, six cattlemen lynched a man and a woman accused of cattle rustling.
As a teenager in Kellogg, Idaho, Flory attended Silver King School, built in 1928 in the gulch between the Bunker Hill lead smelter and zinc plant.
On the coast, the land curves upward from the beach past hillside homes, through alternating emerald gulches and ridges carved by streams and waterfalls.
Fraser was a prospector working a gulch below Wagontown in the Owyhees, closing in on pay dirt.
Today, new coffee shops, a microbrewery and a wine bar line the gulch.
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GULCH Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of gulch for English Language Learners
: a small, narrow valley with steep sides
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