The checkered tablecloth was blue and white. From LearnThat.org.
A checkered business career. From Wordnet, Princeton University.
Adjective : a checkered career. ,a checkered past. ,a checkered fabric. ,the checkered shade beneath trees. From Dictionary.com.
Verb (used with object) : Sorrow and joy have checkered his life. From Dictionary.com.
It looks boring, I don't want to turn darker than I already am, and I don't look good in checkered pants. From Wordnik.com. [Archive 2004-06-01] Reference
That fritt is also called a checkered lily for those markings. From Wordnik.com. [The Sunny Woodland-GBDW* « Fairegarden] Reference
LEVIN: Eric Mansfield, Bobby Cutts junior had a kind of checkered past. From Wordnik.com. [CNN Transcript Jun 24, 2007] Reference
It's a very quickly evolving, and I'll say 'checkered' situation on the ground. From Wordnik.com. [OPB News] Reference
Lawmakers back sustained effort in Haiti despite 'checkered' U.S. history there. From Wordnik.com. [Home/News] Reference
A girl-gun with checkered Rosewood grips; but a .45. From Wordnik.com. [Girls with Guns] Reference
"My checkered past has taught me a few things," he says. From Wordnik.com. [Our Latest Man In Baghdad] Reference
Problem solving: Mental testing has a checkered past (chart). From Wordnik.com. [Testing The Science Of Intelligence] Reference
After all, the comic-book franchise does have a checkered past. From Wordnik.com. [BAT OUT OF HELL] Reference
There's nothing here that's left for you but checkered lost and found. From Wordnik.com. [Grammy Preview: Album Of The Year] Reference
Does that make sense, given these countries 'checkered credit histories?. From Wordnik.com. [THIS TIME IT'S NOT DIFFERENT] Reference
Manson is this 5-foot-2 guru with a long and checkered criminal history. From Wordnik.com. [The Manson Murders at 40] Reference
American history is checkered with stories of exclusion and intolerance. From Wordnik.com. [What Romney Should Say] Reference
Fuhrman's checkered past set him up as a perfect patsy for the defense team. From Wordnik.com. [Fuhrman In The Cross Hairs] Reference
Jeff bought me the checkered quilt that still keeps me warm on winter nights. From Wordnik.com. [Gifts] Reference
How do stadium grounds managers cut grass so that it looks striped or checkered?. From Wordnik.com. [Ask Tip Sheet] Reference
Castroneves wisely decided to stay on the track and took the checkered flag first. From Wordnik.com. [Steve Parker: F1 and IndyCar: Cheating and Bad Calls] Reference
The brown checkered shirt she was wearing was thin and had tiny gold threads in it. From Wordnik.com. [This Girl in That Shirt] Reference
The youngest, George Obama, has written a memoir about his checkered life in Kenya. From Wordnik.com. [Obama's Half-Brother Lives A World Apart] Reference
Matt Kenseth will end up taking the checkered flag with a dramatic pass on lap 397. From Wordnik.com. [The NASCAR Network] Reference
"It takes a really good bad driver to get the checkered flag in Massachusetts!". From Wordnik.com. [NASCAR Minivan Series Has Soccer Moms "Swapping Paint"] Reference
Even among major labels, Geffen Records has a checkered history in artist relations. From Wordnik.com. [You Call This Nirvana?] Reference
Julie, Heather and I stared at the red and white checkered tablecloth and said nothing. From Wordnik.com. [Bootstraps] Reference
Jimmy wore a dark suit and a white shirt centered by a red tie checkered with tiny black spots. From Wordnik.com. [Tender Mercies] Reference
You go past that finish line so fast, but I'll bet you still manage to see that checkered flag. From Wordnik.com. [200 Miles an Hour All the Time] Reference
Ms. Gillard kept the focus on where Labor's record is less checkered: the economy and health care. From Wordnik.com. [Australian Campaign Remains Dead Heat] Reference
Ice packs and hot baths yield no relief, though my dreams are now less checkered than they have been. From Wordnik.com. [Brooklyn Bridge] Reference
Her estranged husband, John, was a bad drinker, a man with a mean streak and a checkered work history. From Wordnik.com. [A Moth To The Flame] Reference
But the India of Mahatma Gandhi and Jawaharlal Nehru has had a checkered history with singular leaders. From Wordnik.com. [AN INDIAN CHAMPION] Reference
Complicated controls and a checkered reliability history -- until its final years -- counted against it. From Wordnik.com. [From the logbook: 2010 Mercedes-Benz E350] Reference
The bureau's use of these "national security letters," as the requests are known, has a checkered history. From Wordnik.com. [FBI's push to clarify electronic authority raises privacy concerns] Reference
As unexpected as a checkered tablecloth in a pizzeria, the administration is playing down any revelations. From Wordnik.com. [Will Durst: Spa-Spangled Bog] Reference
But Giuliani, who said he knew only "parts" of Harold's checkered past, still spoke of his father with awe. From Wordnik.com. [Master of Disaster] Reference
The bureau's use of these so-called national security letters to gather information has a checkered history. From Wordnik.com. [FBI Access To Email And Web Records Raises Privacy Fears] Reference
LearnThatWord and the Open Dictionary of English are programs by LearnThat Foundation, a 501(c)3 nonprofit.
Copyright © 2005 and after - LearnThat Foundation. Patents pending.