Examples from the Web for cullis
It will now be formed into a rich strong gravy, easily converted into cullis, or thickened gravy.
Cullis, kul′is, n. a gutter in a roof: a groove, as for a side-scene in a theatre.
A proposition was made, and arrangements were perfected to visit Doctor Cullis, to secure the benefit of his prayers.The Wonders of Prayer|Various
Stew it with some broth, a little butter, and some cullis, if any at hand.
The masculine form coulis means a clear broth, or cullis, as it was called in English up to the 18th century.The Romance of Words (4th ed.)|Ernest Weekley