The boxer had met his match.
A royal match.
Is there a match for this glove in the drawer?
He is John's match for bravery.
You should match your deeds to your beliefs.
Does this sock match that one?
The coat matches the dress.
It's difficult to match the color of old paint.
She was hoping to match her cousin with her neighbor.
She matched her skill against all comers.
The tournament matches the best offensive team with the best defensive team.
She easily matches me in bicycle racing.
Beauty that could never be matched.
The government will match all private donations to the museum.
- A person, group, or thing able to cope with or oppose another as an equal in power, size, etc.To meet one's match.
- A counterpart or facsimile.
- Either of two corresponding things or persons; one of a pair.
A purse and shoes that are a good match.
His looks match his character.
To match a piece of cloth.
An example of match is what someone would use to light a candle.
My local team are playing in a match against their arch-rivals today.
An example of match is a shirt and jeans that are the same color of black.
An example of match is two people with a similar sense of humor.
An example of match is two people playing cribbage.
He struck a match and lit his cigarette.
He knew he had met his match.
The napkins were a nice match for the tablecloth.
The colors were a close match.
A soccer match.
Do the two socks match?
Does this tie match my shirt?
To make a good match.
The carpet and curtains are a match.
They found out about his color-blindness when he couldn't match socks properly.
A senator of Rome survived, / Would not have matched his daughter with a king.
To match boards.