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
Definition for gully (2 of 2)
noun, plural gul·lies. Scot. and North England.
Origin of gully2
Examples from the Web for gully
In 2000, Cogswell helped found The Gully, an online lesbian magazine, which closed six years later.Tick-Tock: The Explosive Power of the Lesbian Avengers|Tim Teeman|March 22, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Gully Wells shares recollections of growing up with her mother, stepfather, and their famous inner circle.
Here, on the outer edge of the road, was a gully which the wind of the day previous had partly filled with snow.The Rover Boys on Snowshoe Island|Edward Stratemeyer
At about noon we found some water in a gully by scratching a hole, but it was quite salt.Explorations in Australia|John Forrest
Van and Jack at once left the gully and started on their mission.In the Depths of the Dark Continent|Cornelius Shea
The bear advanced to the center of the gully and looked up and down suspiciously.The Rover Boys In The Mountains|Arthur M. Winfield
They made up packs and slung them, then climbed out of the gully.Genesis|H. Beam Piper
British Dictionary definitions for gully (1 of 2)
noun plural -lies or -leys
- a fielding position between the slips and point
- a fielder in this position