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Caulk vs Cock


Caulk vs Cock. The chicken coop was sealed with caulk to muffle the morning cackle of the cocks. Close the gap on your writing errors with ErrNET copyediting!

Caulk as a noun is a waterproof filler and sealant, used in building work and repairs.
Caulk as a verb is to seal (a gap or seam) with a waterproof filler and sealant.

Cock is a male chicken; rooster.

Caulk and cock have very similar pronunciations and therefore get confused in English writing. Don’t be a chicken, just use ErrNET copyediting technology to prevent your writing errors!

Caulk sentence examples:

Long-lasting caulk that keeps air and water out is a necessity when sealing around the home.

If you are a “do-it-yourselfer” you should avoid using acrylic caulk, which can shrink and crack over time.

For best results, we recommend a 100 percent silicone, permanently waterproof caulk.

The caulk around bathtubs and between bathroom tile will lose its bright-white luster over time.

Before they put their house on the market, they painted and re-caulked the bathrooms to brighten and freshen them up.

The air conditioner was running very inefficiently since the caulk seal had deteriorated.

If you don’t have a caulk gun, you can push out the caulk from behind with a screwdriver.

Cock sentence examples:

I knew he would cock his head and look at me when I entered the room.

Get ready for a shootout and make be sure to cock your gun.

Cock-a-doodle-doo” is used as a conventionalized expression to suggest the crowing of a rooster.

If you’ve never lived on a farm, the incessant and early morning crowing of a cock may take some getting used to.

The work “cock” is slang for a penis.

Although cock fighting dates back 6,000 years and is said to be the world’s oldest spectator sport, I hope that it is ultimately outlawed in every country.


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