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far from urban life. Used in the form, "out in the tulies" or "waaaay out in the tulies." Someone can be "from the tulies"--same meaning as "from the sticks." The term comes from the tulie rush, a country plant that is (or used to be) common in moist areas of US west coast states, but does not thrive in or near cities.
"Are you going to the party?"
"Dunno, they live way out in the tulies somewhere."
by wordynerd July 06, 2008
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