Matched is used with these nouns: ↑set

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  • Matched —   Author(s) Ally Condie …   Wikipedia

  • matched — matched; un·matched; …   English syllables

  • matched — index coextensive, comparable (equivalent), conjugal, correlative, equal, fit, uniform Burton s Legal Thes …   Law dictionary

  • matched — [[t]mæ̱tʃt[/t]] 1) ADJ: adv ADJ If you say that two people are well matched, you mean that they have qualities that will enable them to have a good relationship. They were well matched, I thought... My parents were not very well matched... They… …   English dictionary

  • Matched — Match Match, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Matched}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Matching}.] 1. To be a mate or match for; to be able to complete with; to rival successfully; to equal. [1913 Webster] No settled senses of the world can match The pleasure of that… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • matched — See color matched …   Dictionary of automotive terms

  • matched — adjective 1. provided with a worthy adversary or competitor (Freq. 1) matched teams • Similar to: ↑competitive, ↑competitory 2. going well together; possessing harmonizing qualities • Ant: ↑mismatched …   Useful english dictionary

  • matched — Synonyms and related words: adapted, allied, assembled, associated, balanced, banded together, biconjugate, biform, bifurcated, bigeminate, bijugate, bilateral, bipartisan, bipartite, bound, bracketed, collected, conformable, conjoined, conjugate …   Moby Thesaurus

  • matched — (Roget s IV) modif. Syn. doubled, similar, equated, evened, coordinated, harmonized, paired, mated; see also alike 1 , balanced 1 . Ant. unlike*, unequal, different* …   English dictionary for students

  • matched — mætʃt adj. suitable, identical, coordinated, correlated mætʃ n. small combustible stick designed for lighting things afire; competition, game (Sports); equal opponent; partner; something similar; counterweight; person considered suitable for… …   English contemporary dictionary

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