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  • n. the act of killing from ambush


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  • She'll be laying back, a big iron bushwacker eager for a dry-gulching.

    Passage at Arms

  • Periodically Eli is inconvenienced by dry-gulching cannibal bandits, but he has no problem dispatching such social refuse thanks to his mastery of the sword, bow, knife, shotgun, pistol, and Eastwoodian one-liner.

    Chicago Reader

  • The dismal plans went on and on'the whores, the dry-gulching, the bank robbery, the runaway stagecoach.



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