chalky[ chaw-kee ]SEE DEFINITION OF chalky
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CHALKY
His eyes were closed, his face a dead, chalky white, and his body hung limp.
They abound on the chalky downs and in some sandy districts, but not in the clays.
His face was more than colorless, it was chalky even to the lips.
She reached her fat, chalky arm toward the money, but Gordon was before her.
Whittington, apparently unharmed, was chalky and stuttering from fright.
They leapt about again, and were humming along a chalky white road.
Pale pink, lined with a pink almost white; pale, but not chalky blues.
The light outside had chilled, and threw a chalky whiteness on the river.
Two species of Flax (order Linace) are to be found on chalky soils.
The ground was all chalky slime and we slipped and slid all over the place.