A pointed extension on the toe or heels of a horseshoe, designed to prevent slipping.(noun)
A spiked plate fixed on the bottom of a shoe to prevent slipping and preserve the sole.(noun)
Variant of caulk.(verb)
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Use "calk" in a sentence
""A little 'calk' all round won't hurt us after that tramp, Sergeant!" he observed kindly."
"And many hours more, day by day, he dragged himself around it, lying on his side to calk the gaping seams with moss."
"Most of the time I really and truely just calk it up to him being there, dealing with all the stress alone and those extremely long missions!"