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  • adjective Having characteristics of chalk

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Examples

  • They were in his pickup truck, and the undulating countryside was speeding by rapidly, the chalklike hills layered with sedimentary rock where the highway cut through them, the sun a dust-veiled orange wafer by late afternoon.

    Rain Gods

  • They were in his pickup truck, and the undulating countryside was speeding by rapidly, the chalklike hills layered with sedimentary rock where the highway cut through them, the sun a dust-veiled orange wafer by late afternoon.

    Rain Gods

  • They were in his pickup truck, and the undulating countryside was speeding by rapidly, the chalklike hills layered with sedimentary rock where the highway cut through them, the sun a dust-veiled orange wafer by late afternoon.

    Rain Gods

  • To us, an outstanding sparkler isn't just wine with bubbles, but a wine in which the bubbles themselves are integral to the taste, just one aspect of a wine that is both celebratory and sometimes cerebral, with a sense of place that comes from ripe fruit and almost chalklike minerality.

    The Best of the Bubblies

  • I dug at the hole with my fingernail and another long chalklike piece fell out.

    The Merlot Murders

  • I dug at the hole with my fingernail and another long chalklike piece fell out.

    The Merlot Murders

  • I dug at the hole with my fingernail and another long chalklike piece fell out.

    The Merlot Murders

  • I dug at the hole with my fingernail and another long chalklike piece fell out.

    The Merlot Murders

  • Milky-white food slurry exploded in all directions, showering the recovery team with thick white fluid that dried quickly to a chalklike consistency.

    Lost And Found

  • Earth and small chalklike rocks break free, collapsing under my fingers.

    Old Magic

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