from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

  • n. The act of marking with a check mark.
  • n. The items or amount to which attention is called by a check mark.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. The act of checking.
  • n. The items, or the amount, to which attention is called by a check or checks.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. The act or process of checking (the items of an account, list, invoice, etc.), or the fact of having been checked.


check +‎ -age (Wiktionary)


  • With their impressive credentials - tours with the likes of MGMT and Glasvegas, name checkage in Rolling Stone, and a band member who used to play with Win Butler from Arcade Fire

    Boston Phoenix -

  • What better way to say "Hi there!" than go in for major checkage of the wee-waw?

    haloaskew Diary Entry

  • In the personal life there is, if I may say so, no provision for checkage.

    The Nature of Goodness

  • I can readily see that this body of mine has in it what I have called a provision for checkage.

    The Nature of Goodness

  • What really happened was that I returned his checkage with an ice grill because apparently that's my protocol.

    NBC Bay Area -

  • LShdr * hdr; int xlen; hdr = BuildLSA (lsap); xlen = ntoh16 (hdr-ls_length) - sizeof (uns16); if (! hdr-verify_cksum ()) sys-halt (HALT_DBCORRUPT, "Corrupted LS database"); checkage = false; iter. remove_current ();

    Ubuntu Forums

  • LSA * lsap; for (age = CheckAge; age for (lsap = LSA:: AgeBins [bin]; lsap; lsap = lsap-lsa_agefwd) {if (! lsap-checkage) {lsap-checkage = true; dbcheck_list. addEntry (lsap);

    Ubuntu Forums


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