/ (ɡɪl) /

  1. a variant spelling of gill 3

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How to use ghyll in a sentence

  • Shortly before the appointed hour he climbed down and surmounted the ridge which divided the Black Plantation from Thor ghyll.

    The Revellers | Louis Tracy
  • Then they went up the ravine with the loud ghyll boiling into foam at one side of them.

  • Two days later the fell behind the ghyll was a scene of unusual animation.

    A Son of Hagar | Sir Hall Caine
  • Osberne knew them at once as they came in, that they were the three felons who had smitten him in the ghyll.

    The Sundering Flood | William Morris
  • It stood at the foot of a ghyll, which, when swollen by rain, was majestic in volume and sound.