chalky


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  • adj

Synonyms for chalky

composed of or containing or resembling calcium carbonate or calcite or chalk

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of something having the color of chalk

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Now we admit pink lippy can be tricky to pull off, as it can easily look chalky and a tad maiden aunt, but these formulas have lovely velvety pigments with a subtle pearly gleam to make them modern and wearable.
There will be the occasional thoughts being cast back to "I wonder what happened to old Chalky White on HMS Rustybucket?
Macroscopic examination of joints affected by gout reveals a nodular, white, chalky appearance.
This is an easy shrub that thrives even in shade and on chalky soils and while quietly attractive, it is the perfume from its tiny flowers which announces its presence far and wide.
Written by a world-class professional ski instructor, Chalky White's The 7 Secrets of Skiing: A Proven Systematic Route into the World of Advanced Skiing is a guide to improving one's performance on the snowy slopes.
Chalky (Mark Denton, right) makes a welcome return to lend his support to Kevin, who is preparing for his bursary interview.
com)-- DecoArt's new chalk paint program, Americana Decor Chalky Finish, was named a "Hot 20" innovative craft product by the Craft & Hobby Association (CHA) during the winter 2014 trade show.
A chalky projection Progypsol type is present on the entire top floor (floor, main and secondary beams, impact on peripheral wall).
He is currently starring as Chalky in the BBC series Waterloo Road.
The white chalky deposits are called efflorescence and it is basically soluble salts found in sand that, once mixed with the cement, is locked into the mortar.
er The acne sufferer had blobs of chalky powder above her black top, which is probably even worse than having a load of spots on show.
They prefer a sunny situation in chalky ground, although they can be planted in any well-drained soil.
They prefer a sunny spot in chalky ground, but can be planted in any well-drained soil.
Currently starring as Chalky in the BBC series Waterloo Road, on stage he has appeared at the National Theatre, the Old Vic, the Lyric Hammersmith, the Donmar Warehouse, the Royal Court and the RSC.
Arborio tends to have a chalky taste/texture to it as well.