[ UK /kˈɔːkt/ ]
  1. having cracks and crevices stopped up with a filler
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How To Use caulked In A Sentence

  • Never, it is said, had ships been reprovisioned and caulked, and remanned with greater speed for the over-ocean voyage. The Lost Continent
  • I look for caulked joints in the floor, cracks in the floor, and patching at the ceiling below. 2009 July 21 | Reuben's Home Inspection Blog
  • The decided _spat, spat, spat_ of the reversing blows from the caulked boots sounded like picket firing. Americans All Stories of American Life of To-Day
  • I cleaned rooms, laundered bedding, caulked around storm windows, shoveled snow, and rented rooms to travelers and lovers.
  • He caulked the chasms with philosophic oakum, he 'payed' them with dialectic pitch, he sheathed them with copper and brass by means of audacious dogmatism and insolent quibbles, until the enemy seemed to have been silenced, and the vessel righted so far as to float. Theological Essays and Other Papers — Volume 2
  • Also, windows should be checked to see if they need to be re-caulked or weatherstripped. Undefined
  • The joints should be caulked to prevent leaks, and the hangers should be secure to the fascia.
  • So they fastened boards on either side of the banister and caulked and painted to fill in.
  • The obscure gray water is dotted with fishing boats, which brush the calm surface, each caulked with a paste of alchemical silvers.
  • In the P.M. we were obliged to righten the ship before night, by reason of her making water in her upper works faster than we could free; it made it necessary to have her weather works inside and out caulked, which before was thought unnecessary. Captain Cook's Journal during his first voyage round the world
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