noun. ['ˈɛksˌtʃɛkɝ'] the funds of a government or institution or individual.
- monetary resource
- cash in hand
- pecuniary resource
- public treasury
Words that Rhyme with Exchequer
How do you pronounce exchequer?
Pronounce exchequer as ˈɛksˌʧɛkər.
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Example sentences of the word exchequer
1. Noun, singular or mass
In 1766, Townshend was appointed England's chancellor of the exchequer through his friendship with the Duke of Grafton, the newly appointed, inexperienced Lord of the Treasury.