checkered definition

  • adjective:
    • divided in to squares.
    • Marked by light and dark patches; diversified in color.
    • Marked by great modifications or shifts in fortune: a checkered job.
    • divided into squares, or into light and dark patches.
    • changeable; inconsistent; having variants or doubt
    • Marked with alternative squares or checks of different shade or material.
    • Diversified or variegated in a marked fashion, as with look, character, circumstances, etc.
    • marked by changeable fortune
    • designed with alternating squares of color
    • Divided into squares.
    • Marked by light and dark spots; diversified in shade.
    • Marked by great changes or changes in fortune: a checkered profession.
    • split into squares, or into light and dark patches.
    • changeable; inconsistent; having variations or anxiety
    • Marked with alternative squares or inspections of various color or product.
    • Diversified or variegated in a marked manner, as with look, personality, conditions, etc.
    • marked by changeable fortune
    • designed with alternating squares of color
  • verb:
    • Easy past tense and previous participle of checker.
    • Simple past tense and past participle of checker.
  • others:
    • Marked with squares or checkers, like a checker-board; exhibiting squares of different colors; therefore, broken into different colors or into lights and shadows.
    • Figuratively, variegated with various qualities, moments, or activities; crossed with good and bad fortune.
    • getting the wing marked with many white places, bigger in dimensions and a lot fewer in number compared to the condition termed spangled: found in explaining varieties of pigeons.
    • Marked with squares or checkers, like a checker-board; exhibiting squares of various colors; hence, broken into various colors or into lights and shadows.
    • Figuratively, variegated with different qualities, scenes, or events; crossed with good and bad fortune.
    • Having the wing marked with many white places, bigger in proportions and fewer in number than in the disorder termed spangled: utilized in explaining varieties of pigeons.

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