noun, plural cul·lies.
verb (used with object), cul·lied, cul·ly·ing.
Origin of cully
Examples from the Web for cully
Little spicules licked out from their flexing stalks and jabbed, unsensed, into Cully's body to draw nourishment.
Nothing is more thrilling, thought he, than to be treated as a cully by the person you hold in the hollow of your hand.Zuleika Dobson|Max Beerbohm
Carl and Cully searched the place, but nothin' could be found.Tom Grogan|F. Hopkinson Smith
After an hour of careful breathing and exploring of body sensations, Cully realized he could move.
Cully smiled at the old man, the words churning in his brain; but he did not understand.