[ US /ˈtʃɛkɝz/ ]
[ UK /tʃˈɛkəz/ ]
[ UK /tʃˈɛkəz/ ]
- a checkerboard game for two players who each have 12 pieces; the object is to jump over and so capture the opponent's pieces
How To Use checkers In A Sentence
- The notorious fact-checkers of The New Yorker are irritating not only because they often prove how fallible are our memories, but because they seem to mechanize what ought to be a natural, unmediated, fast-moving process. 2009 February 11 | NIGEL BEALE NOTA BENE BOOKS
- After years of staff downsizing, eliminating editors and staff checkers from the payroll - publishers seem to be having a spate of personal fantasies making it to print as Truth. Truth AND consequences
- Games and such … backgammon is huge here, you can get hand carved wooden boards, they play it constantly and they will win; p, almost everyone can play chess also, as well as the Russian version of checkers that is not too much different from the American version. Uz Packing Advice (updated 05.11.03)
- It has no editors, no fact checkers and anyone can contribute an entry - or delete one.
- She's used fact checkers, various sources and even called the US State Department way back in 2002 seeking a source for the quote.
- The most common game played by all ages is checkers.
- A couple of them got to work, one or two asked to be released to talk to other teachers, and a few were playing checkers and chess quietly.
- So I got good at them all - bridge, checkers, pinochle, you name it.
- Play a game together, like checkers or backgammon
- Since studies have shown that spell checkers make good spellers worse, does that mean this new tool will give us less personality?