noun, plural cul·lies.
verb (used with object), cul·lied, cul·ly·ing.
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Then they would all laugh knowingly, and one would say, "What's it to be, cully?"The Christian
Shortly thereafter, Cully discovered why he still lived, breathed: a suit.
Cully's mind was held, hypnotized, but his body moved of its own volition.
Cully stared at the edges of the unmoving curtain before him.
Cully smiled at the old man, the words churning in his brain; but he did not understand.