adjective see check I

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  • Checkless — Check less, a. That can not be checked or restrained. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • checkless — adj. ceaseless; unrestrained, stopless …   English contemporary dictionary

  • checkless — check·less …   English syllables

  • checkless — ˈcheklə̇s adjective : being without a check …   Useful english dictionary

  • Checkless chess — (or prohibition chess) is a chess variant where neither player is allowed to give a check, with the exception of checkmate. All other rules are as in regular chess. This change has a profound impact on the way the game is played. In regular chess …   Wikipedia

  • Checkless Society — A hypothetical term that embraces the notion of a world that processes all financial transactions electronically. This would eliminate the need for any kind of paper transaction, as everything would be done via computer. A checkless society is… …   Investment dictionary

  • checkless society. — See cashless society. * * * …   Universalium

  • checkless society. — See cashless society …   Useful english dictionary

  • Ajedrez sin jaques — El Ajedrez sin jaques (o Ajedrez prohibido) es una variante del ajedrez donde ningún jugador puede dar jaque con excepción del jaque mate. Todas las demás reglas son las normales del ajedrez. Este cambio provoca un profundo impacto en la forma en …   Wikipedia Español

  • check — I. noun Etymology: Middle English chek, from Anglo French eschec, from Arabic shāh, from Persian, literally, king; akin to Greek ktasthai to acquire, Sanskrit kṣatra dominion Date: 15th century 1. exposure of a chess king to an attack from which… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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