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- noun The
boardon which draughtsis played, resembling a chessboardbut (depending on the game variation) often having a sidelength of ten squaresrather than eight.
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Its dingy white sign bore two holes that had renamed the establishment Can bury Hot, and its draughtsboard marble porch gaped with missing pieces.
The Strongs had opted for a draughtsboard pattern of large tiles on the ground, and they'd covered them with an array of pot plants that someone had SIZ muaotin been tending with devotion.