Cul*dee"(kl-d" kl"d), n. [ Prob. fr. Gael.cuilteach; cf. Ir. ceilede.] One of a class of anchorites who lived in various parts of Scotland, Ireland, and Wales.
The pure CuldeesCampbell.
Were Albyn's earliest priests of God.
Cul`-de-sac"(ku`de-s?k" kul`de-s?k"), n.;
1. A passage with only one outlet, as a street closed at one end; a blind alley; hence, a trap.
(Mil.) a position in which an army finds itself with no way of exit but to the front.
(Anat.) Any bag-shaped or tubular cavity, vessel, or organ, open only at one end.
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