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caulk

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Happiness comes more from loving than being loved; and often when our affection seems wounded it is only our vanity bleeding. To love, and to be hurt often, and to love again—this is the brave and happy life.
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Etymology

From Old North French cauquer, from Late Latin calicare.

Noun

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Singular
caulk

Plural
-

caulk (-)
  1. caulking

Verb

Infinitive
to caulk

Third person singular
caulks

Simple past
caulked

Past participle
caulked

Present participle
caulking

to caulk (third-person singular simple present caulks, present participle caulking, simple past and past participle caulked)
  1. to drive oakum into the seams of a ship's wooden deck or hull in order to make them watertight

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