Meaning of well-caulked in English:

well-caulked

adjective

  • Especially of a boat: made thoroughly watertight by sealing gaps; properly caulked.

Origin

Late 16th century; earliest use found in John Frampton (fl. 1559–1581), merchant and translator. From well + caulk + -ed.

Pronunciation

well-caulked

/ˌwɛlˈkɔːkt/