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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of king.

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Examples

  • When one checker is stacked on top of another, the board recognizes the "kinged" checker.

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  • When one checker is stacked on top of another, the board recognizes the "kinged" checker.

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  • When one checker is stacked on top of another, the board recognizes the "kinged" checker.

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  • When one checker is stacked on top of another, the board recognizes the "kinged" checker.

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  • When one checker is stacked on top of another, the board recognizes the "kinged" checker.

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  • When one checker is stacked on top of another, the board recognizes the "kinged" checker.

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  • When one checker is stacked on top of another, the board recognizes the "kinged" checker.

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  • When one checker is stacked on top of another, the board recognizes the "kinged" checker.

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  • To be kinged, a checker piece must move to the opposite side of the board.

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  • To be kinged, a checker piece must move to the opposite side of the board.

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