Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of match-maker.

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Examples

  • Next time, lets be good progressive match-makers and hook these two up.

    Think Progress » Passing Health Reform Would Contribute To Obama’s Deficit Reduction Goals

  • Around the country, a new crop of match-makers are helping the two groups find each other and make arrangements that enable both sides to share resources and grow their own food.

    The Rise of the Lazy Locavore

  • They are the match-makers of the business world and they're masters of their trade.

    The Top Secrets Of Executive Headhunters

  • They are the match-makers of the business world and they're masters of their trade.

    The Top Secrets Of Executive Headhunters

  • GRACE: So animals are not just pet detectives, they ` re match-makers.

    CNN Transcript Dec 24, 2009

  • Melmond had strongly in his favour the received maxim amongst match-makers, that a young lady without fortune has a less and less chance of getting off upon every public appearance, which they call a public failure: their joint deliberations were, however, interrupted by an abrupt intrusion of Molly

    Camilla

  • GRACE: So animals are not just pet detectives, they ` re match-makers.

    CNN Transcript May 29, 2006

  • Though it has been found that to contract marriages through the agency of match-makers is humiliating, it is nevertheless a thousand times preferable to our system.

    The Kreutzer Sonata

  • The fact was that it was easier to find there women of the industrial class, match-makers, pearl-stringers, workers in glass or lace, working women in black shawls with long fringes.

    The Sweet Cheat Gone

  • Children, most astute of match-makers, plot their campaigns quickly, and Sally had played a clever correspondence sonata to

    This Side of Paradise

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