The Correct spelling is: chalk
Common misspellings of the word chalk are:
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tr.v., chalked, chalkÂ·ing, chalks.
- A soft compact calcite, CaCO3, with varying amounts of silica, quartz, feldspar, or other mineral impurities, generally gray-white or yellow-white and derived chiefly from fossil seashells.
- A piece of chalk or chalklike substance in crayon form, used for marking on a blackboard or other surface.
- Games. A small cube of chalk used in rubbing the tip of a billiard or pool cue to increase its friction with the cue ball.
- A mark made with chalk.
- Chiefly British. A score or tally.
- To mark, draw, or write with chalk: chalked my name on the blackboard.
- To rub or cover with chalk, as the tip of a billiard cue.
- To make pale; whiten.
- To treat (soil, for example) with chalk.
- To earn or score: chalk up points.
- To credit or ascribe: Chalk that up to experience.
[Middle English, from Old English cealk, from Latin calx, calc-, lime. See calx.]chalkiness chalk'iÂ·ness n.
chalky chalk'y adj.