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    1. you don’t ever spark the match can you create fire? Yes, I get it, you can rub sticks together, but you’re still taking action when you’re rubbing the sticks together

    2. football match, with an attitude that says this is not for me

    3. She was slightly older than him, in her late twenties, and had a fiery temper to match her hair

    4. ‘Your fingerprints match the ones on the gun, Mrs Wynell

    5. Qatar was never its match

    6. Thus, the sun being well and truly over the yardarm, and with myself in a state of cleanliness to match the house, I had taken a tumbler out of the cupboard and reached for the bottle of gin … two generous gins and tonic later, I felt less stressed, the alcohol casting a welcome numbness over my violin-strung emotions

    7. and, after the Moor had provided a match, the Marchese waited, wreathed in blue

    8. Not an exact match

    9. The secret of writing good English lies in a good match between nouns and adjectives

    10. without the odd slanging match between me and him in the Legion, he and the boys

    1. From tip to hilt, the blade's length matched the tower on which Onidas stood

    2. It had been so long that he didn't think of it at first, but this matched his memories of the news from back then, as well as his memory worked over that distance of time

    3. Ginger's be-freckled golden skin, which matched the golden hair that she kept tied up tight in a bun, along with her aviator sunglasses and bright pink lip gloss, masked the harsh interior life of the tireless watchdog

    4. that forces of life are matched by those of death and that in all things there is a

    5. The physical discomfort that marked out my time alone was matched by a succession of mental aches and pains

    6. It is a commonly held belief that where there is light there must be darkness, that forces of life are matched by those of death and that in all things there is a balanced equation of equals and opposites

    7. Panes of ill matched glass, bubbled and aged,

    8. The female, then the male, each pairing couple matched perfectly

    9. Realizing that they were out matched, the big black bull left them to their fate

    10. Psychiatrists will say I'm bipolar type 1 and I have to trust this because under their care I became better under supervision and medication and my symptoms matched the book to a tee

    1. b) You need to save more to a level that matches your risk tolerance level and asset allocation strategy or

    2. The creation process as enunciated in our religious scriptures matches to a great extent with the evolving scientific hypothesis of Big Bang and expanding and contracting universe

    3. We compost all of our kitchen wastes and recycled paper wastes as well as the wood from the matches we use, etc

    4. As the sequence drew closer around the planet and built up more integrations and matches against data files, a better match on that shuttlecraft was building up

    5. She was disgusted to see that Kandhi, now driving through western Nebraska, was merely searching the public photo and video streams for facial recognition matches of Leonora Wells

    6. A box of matches

    7. Except for one, its entire surface is a large window, and on the opposite side is a room that matches Apollo's, exactly

    8. Except for one, its entire surface is a large window, and on the opposite side is a room that matches Apollo's, exactly

    9. By the end of daylight it had turned up seven possible matches for the girls, all were alone and miles apart

    10. She put loose limits on all format matches at the finest levels of detail in every user manual, trying to get an idea what kind of format was in use

    1. Collocation (matching of different parts of speech)

    2. There are many types of matching as the following sentence shows

    3. Well this time the dockmaster was mesmerized as Vatreel aimed the rack toward the shoremen's idle ones, then lifted the whole rack as they glided by and stepped with it, matching his walk along the deck to the drift of the river, til the whole row of bales rolled across and lay resting on their rack while the docksman's chins dropped and he walked half the edge of the deck

    4. They have a nice house, nice car, matching furniture, nice kitchen, but are ultimately feeling that something is lacking in their life

    5. behind him with matching neck wounds

    6. Astride a couple of motor bikes sat a couple of other visitors, rather obvious in matching wraparound sunglasses, identical maroon shorts and gaudy waterproofs; I couldn't help but wonder why they found our van so fascinating

    7. case, they are merely opposites, yet even opposites have matching opposites to be matched

    8. In the matching of two human beings, there are many things to consider

    9. matching with a significant other, yet it can also be the most fun

    10. She had snug shimmering suitpants under it with matching fur around the ankles

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    Synonyms for "match"

    friction match lucifer match mate couple mates compeer equal peer catch equalise equalize equate fit oppose pit play off pair twin agree check correspond gibe jibe tally rival touch contest competition tournament event game meet rivalry equivalent counterpart analogue approximation union marriage espousal even balance unite liken resemble harmonise harmonize go with suit array compete with play

    "match" definitions

    lighter consisting of a thin piece of wood or cardboard tipped with combustible chemical; ignites with friction

    a formal contest in which two or more persons or teams compete

    a burning piece of wood or cardboard

    an exact duplicate

    the score needed to win a match

    a person regarded as a good matrimonial prospect

    a person who is of equal standing with another in a group

    a pair of people who live together

    something that resembles or harmonizes with

    be compatible, similar or consistent; coincide in their characteristics

    provide funds complementary to

    bring two objects, ideas, or people together

    be equal to in quality or ability

    make correspond or harmonize

    give or join in marriage

    set into opposition or rivalry

    be equal or harmonize

    make equal, uniform, corresponding, or matching