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British Dictionary definitions for chequers (2 of 2)
Example sentences from the Web for chequers
Is one meant to infer that he began to write on his return from Chequers, and was interrupted; or is it a slip?
Ostensibly the letter thanks her for letting him interrupt her weekend at Chequers.
When will we discover what was really discussed between Cameron and James when they met at Chequers in November 2010?
We now know the details of the meetings between Murdoch and Thatcher at her country residence in Chequers in 1981.
The next time we saw the Bushes was at Chequers a month or so later.
Six regular poachers come daily to The Chequers, but there are many others hanging around who are merely amateurs.The Chequers|James Runciman
The Romans looked on chequers as barbarous national characteristics, and left them to the Gauls and Britons.Needlework As Art|Marian Alford
Take him to the Chequers for the night, Daniel, and get another man beside yourself to sit up with him.Jesse Cliffe|Mary Russell Mitford
You ha' been used to go to the "Chequers" every night for nigh forty years, and you couldn't give it up now.Facing Death|G. A. Henty
He rode as jauntily as he could a beautiful Spanish horse, whose barb was of cloth of gold and black satin in chequers.Mary Tudor, Queen of France|Mary Croom Brown