checkbook

Definition

A booklet of blank checks which enable a bank account holder to draw money from his/her checking account deposits.

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I had my checkbook out because I was ready to make the purchase and needed to pay for it somehow.

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Zack is always trying to weasel out of paying at the cafe when it's his turn by pretending that he left his checkbook in the car.

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The term checkbook refers to the bound pad of negotiable bank instruments (the checks), which an individual can use to draw a specified sum of money from their bank account to pay third parties instead of using cash.

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