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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Colours & sounds
matchingmatch‧ing /ˈmætʃɪŋ/ ●○○ adjective [only before noun]  CSAMEhaving the same colour, style, or pattern as something elsematch a necklace with matching earringssee thesaurus at similar
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matchingEmily was wearing a dark green skirt and matching blouse.Their profiles looked like matching cameos as Lais whispered in her sister's ear.In the kitchen was a rustic oak table and six matching chairs.And I could stick some shiny leaves together to make matching curtains.He returned and pulled back the iron door with some effort; the matching door to the car itself was a little easier.Or will Doc Croc end up as a matching handbag and shoe set!?Thorunn shone in an ivory silk off-the-shoulder gown with full train and matching headband.Keeshan wore a striped tie with a matching pocket handkerchief.A handset would contain an ultrasonic transmitter and the television fitted with a matching receiver.The round dining table is dark rosewood with a matching set of chairs.
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