n. soft, earthy substance, of a white, grayish, or yellowish white color, used as a drawing implement
Sentence in Classic:
Well, there was a big outlandish parrot on each side of the clock, made out of something like chalk, and painted up gaudy.
Adventures of Huckleberry Finn By Mark Twain Context
With his books held open by a stone, and with a piece of chalk gripped between the knuckles of his trotter, he would move rapidly to and fro, drawing in line after line and uttering little whimpers of excitement.
Animal Farm By George Orwell Context
Shtcherbatsky moved away from them, and Kitty, going up to a card table, sat down, and, taking up the chalk, began drawing diverging circles over the new green cloth.
Anna Karenina(V2) By Leo Tolstoy Context
There was a bar at the Jolly Bargemen, with some alarmingly long chalk scores in it on the wall at the side of the door, which seemed to me to be never paid off.
Great Expectations By Charles Dickens Context
As I went along the road back to the bridge, I kept picking off little pieces of scaly chalk from the dried water gullies, and breaking them up in my hands.
When the blood crept from its face, and left behind a pallid mask of chalk with leaden eyes, he would keep the glamour of boyhood.
The Picture of Dorian Gray By Oscar Wilde Context
Thus it was that Charles, King of France, was allowed to seize Italy with chalk in hand;(*) and he who told us that our sins were the cause of it told the truth, but they were not the sins he imagined, but those which I have related.
The Prince By Nicolo Machiavelli Context