gulch (Meaning)

Wordnet

gulch (n)

a narrow gorge with a stream running through it

Webster

gulch (n.)

Act of gulching or gulping.

A glutton.

A ravine, or part of the deep bed of a torrent when dry; a gully.

Webster

gulch (v. t.)

To swallow greedily; to gulp down.

gulch Sentence Examples

  1. The rugged gulch provided a natural obstacle for the hikers.
  2. The creek meandered through the deep gulch, creating picturesque waterfalls.
  3. Erosion had carved a treacherous gulch into the hillside.
  4. The narrow gulch was a haven for wildlife, offering protection and seclusion.
  5. The old mining road wound its way precariously along the edge of the gulch.
  6. The wind howled through the gulch, carrying with it the scent of distant storms.
  7. The gulch was a popular spot for rock climbers, offering challenging ascents.
  8. The sun cast long shadows across the gulch, illuminating its rugged beauty.
  9. The bridge spanned the gulch, providing a safe crossing for travelers.
  10. The gulch marked the boundary between two neighboring towns, creating a natural divide.

FAQs About the word gulch

a narrow gorge with a stream running through itAct of gulching or gulping., A glutton., A ravine, or part of the deep bed of a torrent when dry; a gully., To sw

ravine, gorge, valley,canyon, defile, gap,saddle, ca-on, pass, col

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The rugged gulch provided a natural obstacle for the hikers.

The creek meandered through the deep gulch, creating picturesque waterfalls.

Erosion had carved a treacherous gulch into the hillside.

The narrow gulch was a haven for wildlife, offering protection and seclusion.