A water course; a rivulet.
The dry bed of a small stream.
A small steep-walled (usually) dry watercourse with a flat floor. A gulch or gully. Chiefly in the U.S. southwest.
A small, deep, usually dry channel eroded by a short-lived or intermittent desert stream.
river or creek bed
In hydrologic terms, a water-carved channel or gully in arid country, usually rather small with steep banks, dry most of the time, due to infrequent rainfall and the shallowness of the cut which does not penetrate below the level of permanent ground water.
A water-carved gully or channel (Spanish )
Dry riverbed that fills occasionally.
A large waterway with no water in it except when it rains heavily and then the water crashes through the arroyo in giant waves. You may never see an arroyo run, but if you do, for God's sake stay away from it.
a dry channel most of the time, but in a time of heavy rains it can become a raging torrent
a dry riverbed that runs a river of water, but only after a rain
a small, flat-bottomed, steep-walled channel in semiconsolidated sediments
a water-carved gully or normally dry creek bed
A water-carved gully or channel, usually dry.
rocky ravine or dry watercourse
A flat-bottom gully with steep sides that is a channel for an intermittent stream.
a small, water-carved channel with steep banks that is located in a dry area
A brook rivulet or small stream.
Waterway of an ephemeral stream deeply carved in rock or ancient alluvium.
watercourse or channel through which water may occasionally flow (coulee, draw, gully, wash).
1) A watercourse (such as a creek) in an arid region; ) a water-carved gully or channel ( Merriam-Webster Online).
Stream or small river.
1. A deep gully cut by an intermittent stream; a dry gulch. 2. A brook; a creek. 3. A rock star pitcher who turns bad teams into contenders.
A dry desert gully.
Dry ravine, found in arid areas, and formed by water runoff. Not suitable for building as they are prone to flooding with significant rainfall.
The channel of an ephemeral stream; dry wash; wadi.
An arroyo, also called a wash or draw, is a usually dry creek bed or gulch that temporarily fills with water after a heavy rain, or seasonally. As such, the term is similar to the word wadi. Arroyos can be natural or man-made.