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checkback

[chek-bak] /ˈtʃɛkˌbæk/
noun
1.
a check or verification of a process, tabulation, etc., already completed.
Origin of checkback
1925-1930
1925-30; noun use of verb phrase check back
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  • “You must get the check back, anyhow,” said Bethune, who opened a drawer and took out a roll of paper currency.

    Brandon of the Engineers Harold Bindloss
  • However, I do want to check back as far as the log jam in the creek.

    Dan Carter Cub Scout Mildred A. Wirt
  • Unless they've decided to check back on me just for the sake of something to do.

    Twelve Times Zero Howard Carleton Browne
  • I can't give you the check back because I haven't it to give; and if I had, I wouldn't.

    The Financier Theodore Dreiser
  • When you are thirty-one, check back in your notebooks and see if you can write what he could.

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