Noun(1) an arm of a sea or ocean partly enclosed by land; larger than a bay(2) an unbridgeable disparity (as from a failure of understanding(3) a deep wide chasm
(1) Sunderland may be challenging for promotion back to the Premiership, but the gulf between the two divisions was never more evident as Everton eased through virtually without breaking sweat.(2) The day before, I'd taken a tour boat for a ten-hour wildlife cruise into the gulf and fjords west of town.(3) As the oil is sucked from the ground, the earth itself subsides, and the oily waters of the gulf of Guinea seep deeper inland, poisoning the heart of these once fertile swamps.(4) The land companies began to dredge canals through the marshlands, opening easy access from the settled towns on land to the gulf .(5) December 25, 2009 the Chinese let loose a barrage of nukes and strategic missiles on the combined fleets in the Chihli gulf .(6) Talks between the two sides took place over the holiday season, but little progress was made in bridging the wide gulf between the sides.(7) Poor training and difficult terrain between them limited the battlefield effectiveness of drill, and there was often a wide gulf between drillbook theory and tactical reality.(8) They literally carried their conquests from the gulf of St. Lawrence to the gulf of Mexico.(9) From here Flinders sailed north into a gulf , which he named Spencer Gulf, and hoped that it would lead him well inland or even to the Gulf of Carpentaria.(10) Their tax cuts for the wealthy widened a gulf between rich and poor in this country that had already grown shockingly large.(11) Picture a remote estuary entrance, a day's travel from anywhere civilised, the tide is deceptive as it rushes in and out of the gulf , shifting the sands into deep spots every day.(12) Just pointing out that there's a wide gulf of difference between the scientific theory of evolution and the way evolutionary dogma gets perceived by the masses.(13) After their defeat at Marathon, the Persian fleet reportedly sailed into the Saronic gulf and attempted a landing in the bay of Phaleron to the West of Athens.(14) Far from resolving the social crisis confronting Maoris, the process widened the social gulf between rich and poor.(15) There used to be a wide gulf between the greater publishing, academic and multilingual communities.(16) It wasn't so much a gulf in class, more like a Grand Canyon-style chasm.
(1) gulf stream :: to vaitafe
1. inlet ::
2. hole ::
3. divide ::
4. disconnect ::
Different Formsgulf, gulfs
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