- adj. chiefly UK alternative spelling of checkered.
- adj. patterned with alternating squares of color
“What you might call a chequered career," he commented.”
“It has what people fearful of causing offence might call a chequered history.”
“Nor was "chequered" confined to square divisions, as it usually is now, but included spots of any size or shape.”
“These were laid in rows upon the "chequered" cloth which covered the table.”
“It led through the same kind of chequered scenery of rugged hill and cultivated plain as that already described, well covered with towns and villages, some of them the frontier posts occupied by the Otomies.”
“Seldom would the term "chequered" more graphically describe a political career.”
“The decision to give the tournament to Qatar did, however, provoke plenty of criticism from those concerned about what can most gently be described its "chequered" human rights record.”
“Pardew said: I have had a kind of chequered career with that club.”
“The official F1 logo is featured on the engines and motor racing's famous 'chequered' flag is on the tail fin.”
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