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Noun: calk  kok
Usage: US (elsewhere: caulk)
  1. A metal cleat on the bottom front of a horseshoe to prevent slipping
    - calkin, caulk
  2. A waterproof filler and sealant that is used in building and repair to make watertight
    - caulk, caulking
Verb: calk  kok
Usage: US (elsewhere: caulk)
  1. (animal husbandry) provide with calks
    "calk horse shoes";
    - caulk
  2. Seal with caulking
    "calk the window";
    - caulk
  3. Injure with a calk
    - caulk

Sounds like: cork, Cork, caulk

Derived forms: calked, calking, calks

Type of: cleat, furnish, injure, provide, render, seal, seal off, sealant, sealer, supply, wound

Encyclopedia: Calk, Kentucky