Gutter [noun]

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The Chicago Bears are 5-5, but they have lost four straight and their offense has turned to the sludge that clogs your gutters when it rains in the fall.

A drunken man would reel from one side to the other until he fell down a cellar trap-door, into the gutter, or into the sea.

And to think that those documents are perhaps lying in the gutter at this very moment!

He was in a dreadful condition—a soiled and hopeless mass from the gutter out of which he had been rescued.

At the doors people sit drinking round tables placed on the pavement or in the rank, poisonous gutter.

He had been drunk over in town, and laid in the gutter all night, and he was a sight to look at.

He found a purse in the gutter, and he returned it to the owner before he had made up his mind whether to keep it or not.

It's a dingy melumcolly place, to my mind; the only thing moving in the streets is the gutter which runs down 'em.

When finally he was energetically kicked into the gutter, he wept a little with nervous rage.

If we didnt find the gutter agreeable to our over-refined sensibilities why not go where it was Belle?