Caulk

The application of sealant to a joint, crack or crevice. A compound used for sealing that has minimum joint movement capability; sometimes called low performance sealant.
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Caulk

• (v. t. & n.) See Calk.
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Caulk

(caulking) Sealing material, the process of sealing cracks around doors, windows and other cracks with a caulking gun
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caulk

(v) The application of sealant to a joint, crack or crevice. (n) A compound used for sealing that has minimum joint movement capability; sometimes called low performance sealant.
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caulk

caulking noun a waterproof sealant and filler that is used in building and repair to make watertight
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Caulk

Caulk transitive verb & noun See Calk .
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Caulk

A non-staining, non-hardening putty-like mastic, usually applied to stone joints with a pressure gun.
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Caulk

Caulk is British navy slang for to sleep, particularly surreptitiously.
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Caulk

Fill in a joint with mastic or cement.
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Caulk

Oakum and fibers driven between plank seams to make them watertight.
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Caulk

Projection on the bottom of a shoe to give the horse better traction, especially on a wet track.
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caulk

[v] - seal with caulking
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Caulk

  To fill a joint with mastic or asphalt cement to prevent leaks.
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