Definition of Chequers

1. Noun. (plural of chequer) ¹



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Definition of Chequers

1. chequer [v] - See also: chequer

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Chequers

chequebook
chequebook journalism
chequebooks
chequeen
chequeens
chequer
chequerboard
chequerboards
chequered
chequered flag
chequered flags
chequered skipper
chequered skippers
chequeredness
chequering
chequers (current term)
chequerwise
chequerwork
chequerworks
cheques
chequing
chequing account
chequy
cher
chere
chereme
cheremes
cheremic
cheremnykhite
cherepanovite

Literary usage of Chequers

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1. The Royal Academy of Arts: A Complete Dictionary of Contributors and Their ...by Algernon Graves by Algernon Graves (1906)
"1093 North Lodge, chequers Court, for Sir Robert Frankland Russell, Bart. m1 do. do. do. ... 1071 The Tudor seat and Plant Cabinet, chequers Court, etc. ..."

2. The Date of the Ruthwell and Bewcastle Crosses by Albert Stanburrough Cook (1912)
"The conclusion of Rivoira has been quoted above (p. 78, note 2), and deserves peculiar consideration. 2. THE chequers" chequers (Fr. damier ..."

3. The Cambridge, Ely and King's Lynn Road: The Great Fenland Highway by Charles George Harper (1902)
"An indubitable chequers still stands in the village street, but it is not the house under whose roof the old diarist lay, as the inscription, " WT, Ano Dom. ..."

4. Reminiscences by Battersea (Constance), Constance de Rothschild Flower Battersea (1922)
"CHAPTER VII ASTON CLINTON — COUNTY NEIGHBOURS — HISTORIC HOUSES : STOCKS HARTWELL DINTON chequers —HAMPDEN HOUSE ASHRIDGE This is the place. ..."

5. Old and New London: A Narrative of Its History, Its People, and Its Places by Walter Thornbury (1893)
"... Fields—Lambeth Wells—Outdoor Diversion in the Olden Time—Taverns and Public-houses—The " Three Merry Boys "—The " Three Squirrels "—The " chequers''—The ..."

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