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Definition of "chalked" [chalked]

  • Simple past tense and past participle of chalk. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "chalked" in a sentence
  • "Chastain chalked it up to hard work, dedication, love and respect, and being part of a team that never gave less that its all."
  • "The priest checked the name chalked on the wall above the head of Saucer head's cot."
  • "Since the vulgar dialects of the people had neither alphabet nor orthography, he chalked the Latin words for "Penance, Solitude, and Silence," on a large flat stone, and wrote them again below in ancient English, hoping, in spite of his unacknowledged yearning for someone to talk to, that the old man would understand and leave him to his lonely Lenten vigil."