noun, plural gul·lies. Also gulley (for defs 1, 2).
- the position of a fielder between point and slips.
- the fielder occupying this position.
verb (used with object), gul·lied, gul·ly·ing.
Origin of gully1
Examples from the Web for gullied
The face was covered with gray bristle and gullied with wrinkles.To Him That Hath|Leroy Scott
Yet his I thought very poor indeed; for it was (as is termed in America) gullied; which I call broken land.George Washington: Farmer|Paul Leland Haworth
And the next moment they were sliding and tossing, apparently with the whole snow-field, down towards the gullied precipice.Tales of Trail and Town|Bret Harte
They are not so liable to be gullied by sudden thaws or flooding rains.What I know of farming:|Horace Greeley
This last a roar to the horse, whose splashy progress along the gullied road had suddenly ceased.Thankful's Inheritance|Joseph C. Lincoln
British Dictionary definitions for gullied (1 of 2)
noun plural -lies or -leys
- a fielding position between the slips and point
- a fielder in this position