It is then chunked, that is, cleft pieces of wood are driven in between the logs, to fill up the open places.
Getting up one morning earlier than my companions, I chunked the fire for breakfast, and stood waiting for it to begin blazing.
One wall was completely sheared away and fragments of it chunked the ground.
Raoul jerked the knife free and swung; it chunked into the Indian's arm like a meat cleaver.
Miss Annie, she tried once to whup me 'cause I chunked rocks at her li'l chickens, but mighty little whuppin' she done.
To throw; chuck (1830s+)