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caulk

[kȯk]
Also spelled calk.
(engineering)
To make a seam or point airtight, watertight, or steamtight by driving in caulking compound, dry pack, lead wool, or other material.
(materials)
Material used to caulk seams.

Caulk

To render a joint tight against the elements by filling the seam with a malleable substance such as tar, lead, or putty.

caulk

To fill a joint, crack, etc., with caulking.
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Bole-climbing lianas were left in place but openings between collars and trunks and between lianas and collars were calked.
Standardized mechanical joint pipe and fittings, in which a compressed gasket is substituted for lead or other poured or calked material, are made by all members of the Ductile Iron Pipe Research Association, which has adopted a standard design in accordance with ANSI/AWWA C111/A21.
When you're done reading Calked Boots and Cant Hooks it's not hard to believe at all.
The river pigs worked from "can to can't," from the first light to see by until after sunset, six days a week, riding the log booms down river, running across the floating timber in their calked boots.