To see how the squares go

Definition of To see how the squares go

to see how the game proceeds; - a phrase taken from the game of chess, the chessboard being formed with squares.
- L'Estrange.

See also: Square

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To saint it
To salt a mine
To salt away
To save appearances
To save one's bacon
To savor of the pan
To say amen to
To scale a debt, wages, etc.
To scare away
To scare up
To scrape acquaintance
To scratch a ticket
To screw in
To screw out
To screw up
To sear up
To search out
To see (anything) out
To see (one) through
To see about a thing
-To see how the squares go-
To see into a millstone
To see on
To see service
To see stars
To see the back of
To see to
To seed down
To seek
To seek after
To seek for
To seek the life of
To seek to
To seek upon
To seize on
To sell
To sell bargains
To sell one's life dearly
To sell out
To sell short
To send for
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