Definition of Matchmake

1. Verb. To do matchmaking: to set up a date between two people or to arrange a marriage. ¹



¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Matchmake

1. [v -MADE, -MAKING, -MAKES]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Matchmake

matchgates
matchgirl
matchgirls
matching funds
matching number
matching numbers
matchings
matchless
matchlessly
matchlessness
matchlit
matchlock
matchlocks
matchmade
matchmake (current term)
matchmaker
matchmakers
matchmakes
matchmaking
matchmakings
matchmark
matchmarked
matchmarking
matchmarks
matchplay
matchpoint
matchpoints
matchstick
matchsticks

Literary usage of Matchmake

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Proceedings in Parliament, 1614 (House of Commons) by Maija Jansson (1988)
"still sow the seeds of sedition in the heart of your kingdoms and never cease to matchmake and combine against your royal person and state. ..."

2. By River and by Sea: An Australian Story by Tansor Southcote (1888)
"At last with more tears she got out, "Oh, Bob! it's our matchmaking ! it's all gone wrong, and I am very unhappy. I'll never matchmake any more. ..."

3. The Light Above the Cross Roads by Jessie Louisa Rickard (1918)
"Dad is beginning to matchmake, and I foresee how very troublesome he will get the more the idea grows upon him. I thought of telling him that I was going to ..."

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