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  • n. Plural form of gullery.

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Examples

  • And for your greenwound, your balsamum, and your St. John's-wort, are all mere gulleries and trash to it, especially your Trinidado: your Nicotian is good too.

    Tobacco; Its History, Varieties, Culture, Manufacture and Commerce

  • And for your green wound, -- your Balsamum and your St. John's wort, are all mere gulleries and trash to it, especially your Trinidado: your Nicotian is good too.

    Every Man in His Humor

  • The second recipe is for a pastry called brides à veaux, which literally means “calves’ halters” and figuratively, according to Randle Cotgrave, “fopperies, gulleries, grosse tricks, or lyes; vnlikely tales, or things”—the point being that calves do not wear halters.

    Savoring The Past

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