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- n. The material used to fill the spaces between logs in a log house; caulking.
- v. Present participle of chink.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The process of filling the interstices between the logs of log houses preparatory to plastering them over with clay. The double process is known as chinking and daubing.
- n. The material used for filling chinks.
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