Definitions

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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of calk.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • "Must have slipped somewhere and 'calked' himself on the 'coronet,' I guess?"

    The Luck of the Mounted A Tale of the Royal Northwest Mounted Police

  • Linderman, and my boat's just about got the last seam calked.

    THE ONE THOUSAND DOZEN

  • Good and I sure hope that people watch the video before they go off half calked and say things that are stupid.

    Obama's political arm release new health care video

  • Yet it was a tight deck to begin with, fresh-calked in Frisco.

    THE SEED OF McCOY

  • We stopped there so the farrier could make calked sandals with spikes for the horses to wear on the icy roads of the mountains.

    Wildfire

  • OK, quite the day. rushed to get some drawings done ... finished scanning them at 2: 30 pm, and had my first shower in days in my new painted, newly calked bathtub ... yay!

    wench77 Diary Entry

  • The colonists were driven to their last entrenchment, and although the upper seams of the vessel were not yet calked, they decided to launch her at once.

    The Mysterious Island

  • The marks, known as "logger's smallpox," came from being kicked with calked boots during a fight.

    Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine

  • He glanced at Knapp's feet and was not surprised to see calked boots, though they hardly went with the rest of the outfit.

    Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine

  • The warmth was from the generous blaze kindled in the fireplace against our coming, and the smoke was from the crevices in a chimneypiece not sufficiently calked with newspapers to keep the smoke going up the flue.

    Familiar Spanish Travels

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