From the high ground the water had gullied for its passage a channel to the lower end.
The face was covered with gray bristle and gullied with wrinkles.
Yet his I thought very poor indeed; for it was (as is termed in America) gullied; which I call broken land.
They are not so liable to be gullied by sudden thaws or flooding rains.
I got up and sat for a time at the window, looking out toward the gullied hill that had turned out the light of the sun.
Down deep gorges dashed mountain waters of melting snow and ice, hurrying to leap off gullied and rocky cliffs into the sea.
The brown dirt path had been scoured and then gullied by the hard downpour.
This last a roar to the horse, whose splashy progress along the gullied road had suddenly ceased.
On the road I saw one of those little whirlwinds which we have in Virginia, also some gullied hill-sides.
The vast sweep of gullied roofs exerted an almost hypnotic attraction for his eyes.