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matched

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. matchedadjective

    provided with a worthy adversary or competitor

    "matched teams"

  2. matchedadjective

    going well together; possessing harmonizing qualities

Webster Dictionary

  1. Matched

    of Match

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Numerology

  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of matched in Chaldean Numerology is: 8

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of matched in Pythagorean Numerology is: 9

Examples of matched in a Sentence

  1. Tommy Sheppard:

    Those of us who were fortunate enough to spend time with Wes knew him as a generous and thoughtful man whose strong will was matched only by his passion and drive for uplifting others.

  2. Javier Chavez:

    We cheered them on when we played today, and we’re actually bunking right next to them, it’s good to be on this journey with them. I feel that both of our clubs are equally matched. The West produces pretty good powerhouses.

  3. Felix Patton:

    Whenever a trader is arrested with rhino horn, the DNA can be extracted and matched to a rhino on the database, similar to the way fingerprints are, to provide further evidence of it being obtained illegally, analysis of the DNA of the rhinos will also be used to clarify which of the males is the sire of those rhinos born at Ziwa (Rhino Sanctuary) to ensure that no male is so dominant that there will be genetic problems in the future.

  4. Shannon Smith:

    He wrote a well-reasoned opinion and we are happy to see that his conclusion about the constitutionality of the law matched our analysis as well, my client is ecstatic, but she's still nervous because she still faces other charges in federal court.

  5. President Obama in 2013:

    When the war ended, Richard headed home to Texas to a nation bitterly divided by race, and his service on the battlefield was not always matched by the respect that he deserved at home. But this veteran held his head high. He carried on and lived his life with honor and dignity.

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