Definition of chequer in English:
2 (checkers) [treated as singular] North American The game of draughts.
- The place was full of stuff, mainly books, puzzles, and hundreds of different boxed games; chess, backgammon, checkers, and ones I'd never seen before.
- Play a game together, like checkers or backgammon
- For hours they have been playing all sorts of odd and interesting games, but for now it was Bougsbie, which is a similar board game to checkers.
verb[with object] Back to top
Divide into or mark with an arrangement of squares of different colour or character: a great plain chequered with corn and green mosses
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- After checkering the main spring housing at 25 lpi, it was fit and blended into the frame with the bottom corner radiused.
- Fresh and fizzing with a dehumanised, holographic energy, eclectic collaborations chequer the album.
- The squares of sunlight that checkered our path were coldly white.
Words that rhyme with chequerBecker, checker, Cheka, Dekker, exchequer, Flecker, mecca, Neckar, Necker, Quebecker, Rebecca, Rijeka, trekker, weka, wrecker
Definition of chequer in:
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