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Synonyms for chalk

a soft whitish calcite

a pure flat white with little reflectance

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an amphetamine derivative (trade name Methedrine) used in the form of a crystalline hydrochloride

a piece of calcite or a similar substance, usually in the shape of a crayon, that is used to write or draw on blackboards or other flat surfaces

write, draw, or trace with chalk

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They were still looming at opposite ends of the perspective, each with an absurd pretence of not having the other on his mind, which could not have been more transparently ridiculous though his real mind had been chalked on his back.
To be sure it is,' replied Fagin; 'and you can have a few good beats chalked out in Camden Town, and Battle Bridge, and neighborhoods like that, where they're always going errands; and you can upset as many kinchins as you want, any hour in the day.
It was a scene of gaiety, glitter, and show; of richly-dressed people, handsome mirrors, chalked floors, girandoles and wax-candles; and in all parts of the scene, gliding from spot to spot in silent softness, bowing obsequiously to this party, nodding familiarly to that, and smiling complacently on all, was the sprucely-attired person of Angelo Cyrus Bantam, Esquire, the Master of the Ceremonies.
More precise types may fancy the 7/2 chalked by bet365 against Coventry holding a 1-0 lead at 45 minutes, while those who expect their side to be ahead at half time and full time should consider the 4/1 available with Betdirect.
A little boy named Henry finds magic chalk that lets him move between his ``real'' world and the Chalk Zone while dealing with a real bully and the chalked stick-figure Bully Nerd.
The "free meal" symbol, two half moons, would be chalked on a storefront, diner or the gate of a home to surreptitiously advertise the presence of a generous person.