A pair of pants.
An example of pair is to divide students into groups of two.
A pair of shoes.
A pair of pliers.
A director pairing his favorite actor with an unknown; a salad that is paired with a fine dressing.
The people on the dance floor paired up.
A pair of scissors; two pairs of spectacles; several pairs of jeans.
A pair is harder to drive than two mounts with separate riders.
They turned a pair to end the fifth.
The Pirates took a pair from the Phillies.
There were two pairs on the final vote.
The wedding guests were paired boy/girl and groom's party/bride's party.
An example of a pair is two sneakers, one for the left foot and one for the right foot.
An example of a pair is two people who are going to get married.
The golfers are paired in twosomes for this round of play.
A pair of gloves.
- A married, engaged, or courting couple.
- Two mated animals.
- Any two people considered as having something in common.A pair of thieves.
- A brace; span.A pair of oxen.
- Two legislators on opposing sides of some question who agree to withhold their vote so as to offset each other; also, such an agreement.
A pair of stairs, a pair of beads.
- To join in, or separate into, pairs.