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
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Her body was found later that night in a nearby gulch.
Her body was found in a gulch after police conducted a search.
Nestled on the flanks of the extremely active volcano, the village was square in the path of a gulch that channeled the downhill flow of fast-moving hot rock, ash and debris when the mountain erupted Sunday, burying homes up to their rooftops.
Locals said any ash flows normally would travel down a deeper gulch, called Las Lajas, just to the north.
Kathleen Williamson is a singer-songwriter, lawyer, and old friend of Lee’s, dating from the days when Williamson lived in the gulch in Jerome and was known as the Goat Lady, delivering milk from her herd on the back of a donkey.
That one was more hidden, in a nearby freight-railway gulch, while the newer camps have thrust more drug activity into public view.
The other cyclist saw Delgadillo and his bike lying in the bottom of the gulch and began performing CPR before flagging down some hikers to call 911.
Though there are few roads into the area, it is cut through with dry gulches.
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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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