[ UK /t‍ʃˈɛsbɔːd/ ]
[ US /ˈtʃɛsˌbɔɹd/ ]
  1. a checkerboard used to play chess
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How To Use chessboard In A Sentence

  • He sat in the dark living room, doing nothing but staring at the chessboard on the coffee table.
  • Here, the fire outlines a sort of chessboard in red squares, there it has a sheen like velvet; little blue flames start up and flicker and play about in the glowing depths of the brasier. The Magic Skin
  • He's no doubt sitting in a room somewhere, still with his pocket chessboard, going through chess games.
  • And he is consistently jiggling the chessboard slightly, so that the pieces are vibrating around.
  • The score belies the ferocious chessboard duel that we have witnessed over the past month and a half.
  • He complained about the chessboard - a luxurious marble slab crafted by Iceland's finest mason.
  • Just get away from the chessboard and any thoughts bringing you back to it, at least until your renewal is complete and you simply must play chess.
  • Cut an 8x8 chessboard into two triangles and two quadrilaterals.
  • Orders for games included 48 chessboards and chessmen, 12 sets of fox and geese, 6 sets of jackstraws, 9 boxes of ninepins, and 3 sets of German tactics.
  • In place of illustrated problems, he combined aspects of the De regimine principium, a contemporary treatise on princely rule composed by the Augustinian Egidius Romanus,274 with a historic account of the chessboard and commentaries on each chess piece. Architecture and Memory: The Renaissance Studioli of Federico da Montefeltro
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