Definitions

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  • v. Alternative form of drygulch.

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Examples

  • He lived in a couple of trailers up in the mountains in Arizona and played his guitar, fiddle, and harmonica in dry-gulch saloons all over the state, occasionally taking little Stevie along for the ride.

    ɘloЯ

  • So that was easy; the next thing was to decide where I was going to dry-gulch Moran.

    Watershed

  • Australian Outback oater, was a tale set in a dry-gulch hellhole of ferocious carnage.

    The Pitch | Complete Issue

  • Australian outback oater, was a savagely miserablist tale set in a dry-gulch hellhole of ferocious carnage.

    Broward-Palm Beach New Times | Complete Issue

  • Git sight of some blue belly hangin 'out to dry-gulch us? "

    Ride Proud, Rebel!

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