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Nature's CarvingPlay
Emphasizes the natural process that creates a gully, typically due to erosion. SlideYears of rainfall carved the deep gully in the landscape.
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Land FormationPlay
Recognize a gully by its size; it's usually bigger than a ditch yet smaller than a canyon. SlideThe gully on the farm has grown wider after the stormy season.
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Impactful ImageryPlay
Use 'gully' to imply significant impact on land by water erosion, as opposed to smaller signs of wear. SlideHeavy rains transformed the tiny streams into massive gullies.