A board on which chess and checkers are played, divided into 64 squares of two alternating colors.(noun)
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Use "checkerboard" in a sentence
""We know that the flashing checkerboard is a very salient stimulus for just the visual processing areas of the brain," she says."
"Because the land ownership was "checkerboard" - meaning the private property was interspersed with public parcels - its preservation will keep intact a much larger swath of the so-called Crown of the"
""If it resulted in the so-called checkerboard, that can't be optimal," Daniels said, adding that his preference is that the referendum be county by county, rather than township by township."