gravelly[ grav-uh-lee ]SEE DEFINITION OF gravelly
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GRAVELLY
This was across the gravelly ford of the Graybull, near the mouth of the Piney.
The water-weed grew in long filaments from the gravelly shallows.
He sang in a gravelly voice, pausing now and then to remember a new verse.
There is a boat-house, and a strip of gravelly beach, now that the tide is out.
The road to the beach descends a sharp, gravelly hill, and crosses a bridge.
The Spokan lands are sandy, gravelly, and badly calculated for agriculture.
In any one of these, as we saw them, water could be obtained by sinking in the gravelly bed.
The bed of the creek was grassy, but broad, level, and gravelly.
Change dens and allow the animal to burrow in gravelly earth.
The most favorable is a gravelly loam with a porous sub-soil.