to match


: having the same quality or appearance as something
He's a large man with hands to match.

Example Sentences

Recent Examples on the Web This 6-foot-6-inch scientific researcher has also got the smarts and charisma to match. Dana Rose Falcone, Peoplemag, 1 June 2023 If the vibes of your wedding are chic and timeless, this is the perfect perfume to match., 31 May 2023 Buchanan — who tied for second Monday in the individual competition — stayed alive by holing out from a bunker on the par-3 eighth to match Clanton’s birdie. Chicago Tribune Staff, Chicago Tribune, 30 May 2023 This one-size-fits-all frame comes in six different colors, from classic black to bright blue to brown to match any personality and has full UVA and UVB protection. Chaunie Brusie, Rn, Bsn, Travel + Leisure, 27 May 2023 The Los Angeles residence that famously served as the exterior of the family home on The Brady Bunch is back on the market after being meticulously renovated to match the show's interior as well. Shania Russell,, 25 May 2023 O’Neal’s prolific career on the court is only the beginning of a list of accolades and outside ventures spanning long enough to match his 7-foot frame. Heather Bushman, The Indianapolis Star, 25 May 2023 Even the toughest strength-training classes have met their match in this cult-fave lifting shoe, thanks to the lighter, breathable upper material and a springy response in the sole to match your every move. Women's Health, 24 May 2023 While there’s hope that the Focus Features release will be able to earn a boost in ticket sales on the Mother’s Day holiday, the sequel won’t be able to match its predecessor. J. Kim Murphy, Variety, 13 May 2023 See More

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“To match.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 8 Jun. 2023.

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