[koo-lee] /ˈku li/
Chiefly Western U.S. and Western Canada. a deep ravine or gulch, usually dry, that has been formed by running water.
a small valley.
a low-lying area.
a small intermittent stream.
Geology. a stream of lava.
(Western US & Canadian) a dry stream valley, especially a long steep-sided gorge or ravine that once carried melt water from a glacier
a small intermittent stream in such a ravine
“deep ravine, seasonally flooded,” 1804, a North American word, originally in areas explored by French trappers, from French coulée “flow” (17c.), from fem. past participle of couler “to flow,” from Latin colare “to filter, strain” (see colander).
[koo-leeb-yahk] /ku libˈyɑk/ noun, French-Russian Cookery. 1. a fish pie usually made with salmon or sturgeon combined with buckwheat, hard-boiled eggs, mushrooms, scallions, wine, herbs, and spices, and served in a brioche or puff pastry.
/ˌkuːlɪˈbjɑːkə/ noun 1. a variant spelling of koulibiaca
[koo-lee] /kuˈli/ noun 1. a sauce made with puréed vegetables or fruit and used as a base or garnish. /ˈkuːliː/ noun 1. a thin purée of vegetables, fruit, etc, usually served as a sauce surrounding a dish
[koo-lees] /kuˈlis/ noun 1. a timber or the like having a groove for guiding a sliding panel. 2. Theater. /kuːˈliːs/ noun 1. Also called cullis. a timber member grooved to take a sliding panel, such as a sluicegate, portcullis, or stage flat 2. 3. part of the Paris Bourse where unofficial securities are traded Compare […]