Definitions

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  • verb transitive To caulk again or anew.

Etymologies

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re- +‎ caulk

Examples

  • He decided, that as long as the place was a disaster and all the tools were out, he would recaulk the bathtube.

    Archive 2008-01-01

  • You should really replace your caulk or recaulk every year.

    CNN Transcript Aug 9, 2008

  • He decided, that as long as the place was a disaster and all the tools were out, he would recaulk the bathtube.

    Down to Details

  • Start with the basic stuff, recaulk, check for cracks, and fill them in.

    CNN Transcript May 13, 2007

  • The caulking on the chimney flashing had pulled away from the brick slightly and was allowing a small leak into the roof, so when the guy who did the flashing replacement for us last year came by to recaulk the chimney flashing he fixed the hole in the roof at no charge.

    housestuff: animals, trees, slough

  • You can rehab, reinsulate, recaulk, and reshutter it, but the final result will still be quite different from a school designed and built from the outset to maximize energy efficiency.

    The Monster Under The Bed

  • You can rehab, reinsulate, recaulk, and reshutter it, but the final result will still be quite different from a school designed and built from the outset to maximize energy efficiency.

    The Monster Under The Bed

  • It cost me one hundred and thirty-five dollars to recaulk it.

    Chapter 14

  • It cost me one hundred and thirty-five dollars to recaulk it.

    Chapter 14

  • In the summer, we recaulk tubs and showers that may have mildewed during the winter and spring.

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