Definition of checkbook
: a book containing blank checks to be drawn on a bank
Recent Examples of checkbook from the Web
My sense is that major philanthropists are stuck in a kind of standoff over homeless policy in San Diego, with big-wigs reluctant to pull out their checkbooks until the politicians demonstrate willingness to make tough decisions.
A checkbook that had been inside the car was found on the street.
Other alarming facts that have surfaced: ▪ OutGames’ checkbook went unbalanced for at least the last year.
The victim and his 81-year-old wife handed over a wallet, checkbook, jewelry and $30 in cash, police said.
There may be some people in the crowd Thursday night at FitzGerald's who might be able to open corporate checkbooks to fund the project, and that would be nice.
Two digital cameras and a checkbook from an organization that helps people better understand Japan’s relationship with the United States.
Prosecutors said Hood, who was working as an assistant to the woman’s trustee, stole her checkbooks out of the trustee’s home office in March 2015.
Each situation in the skits feels familiar: the senior using a checkbook in the grocery store, those days where stopping for a meal seems impossible and the boring office meeting that dissolves for birthday cake.
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Definition of checkbook for English Language Learners
: a book containing checks for use with a checking account
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