- v. present participle of spackle.
“What's more, some of the spackling is likely to fall out over time because of the expansion and contraction of the wood.”
“Rosenberg: You also discuss spackling the cracks with regard to perfectionism.”
“James Anderson, assistant general manager of the Great Wolf Lodge in Grand Mount, Wash., took a course from Mr. Adams where he learned how to wield a spackling tool with a turkey baster to lend a silky sheen to sandy surfaces.”
“As far as I could tell, the gis t of the show was that with some spackling, a few strategically placed azaleas, and access to a bank, you too could tap into the great real estate wealth machine," he said.”
“As far as I could tell, the gist of the show was that with some spackling, a few strategically placed azaleas and access to a bank, you too could tap into the great real-estate wealth machine.”
“Sue Reisinger of Corporate Counsel wrote this about his handling of that matter: "It is as though Cole were spackling cracks in the compliance walls and never noticed that AIG's financial foundation was crumbling beneath his feet.”
“Some people try to smooth the surface of the panels by filling the small grooves with spackling compound and sanding.”
“He seemed to be lacking spackling skills so he solved the problem by asking each artist to spackle their own "holes".”
“I got pretty good at spackling, sanding and painting!”
“But by the second delay, in which track workers appeared to fill the hole with a white substance that resembled spackling cream, the tone shifted as more somber drivers apologized.”
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