She went on till she came to a dip, or gulley, when a break in the cliff occurred.
I looked through the passage and saw that the gulley was black with baboons.
We had found a gulley washed out by an autumn storm, and it afforded a little protection against the wind.
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Soon some thirty of them had met with this fate, and the gulley was full to overflowing.
The camel was in a gulley between the second and third hills.
Let a portion of the drops of rain get together and make a stream, and they will form a gulley.
There were two very high hills, and we were in the gulley at the bottom.
This, in turn, had set off an avalanche on the gentle slope and all of it had poured into the gulley.
And mayhap among the bogs and hills 'tis lonelier than in the gulley.