[ UK /t‍ʃˈɛkəd/ ]
  1. patterned with alternating squares of color
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How To Use chequered In A Sentence

  • His personal life has been chequered. Times, Sunday Times
  • He wore his usual khaki shorts and a checkered red shirt while in the car.
  • That was the most logical thing to do since RJ had a bad temper and a checkered past.
  • His club said that it would take disciplinary action against the player, who already has a chequered record. Times, Sunday Times
  • The civilian employer with a member of the royal family on its payroll has a chequered safety record. Times, Sunday Times
  • a checkered business career
  • Last week: Bowyer, Jimmie Johnson and Denny Hamlin tangled as they received the checkered flag with Bowyer ending up 12th after spinning to the inside of the track. Team notes: NASCAR stars return to roots at Darlington
  • The victory gave Edwards a sweep of the Cup and Busch races at Atlanta that weekend, and he is the only driver to pick up his first checkered flag in both series the same weekend.
  • Indeed, its early post-war history was chequered.
  • And she told me, after she had looked it all over and said it wuz kinder thin and slazy, and checkered shawls had gone out of fashion, and the black looked some as if it would fade with washin ', and the white wuzn't over clear, and the colors wuzn't no ways becomin' to her complexion, and etcetery, etcetery. Samantha among the Brethren — Volume 3
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