1 If my memory serves me, you once thought it your duty to make a rich match.
2 No, I wouldn't, for the smart caps won't match the plain gowns without any trimming on them.
3 A white hat and blue feather, a muslin dress to match, and the loveliest mantle you ever saw.
4 On her left were two matrons, with massive foreheads and bonnets to match, discussing Women's Rights and making tatting.
5 "I don't approve of the match, but I've made up my mind to bear it, and shall not say a word against it," said Jo solemnly.
6 My new fan just matches my flowers, my gloves fit to a charm, and the real lace on Aunt's mouchoir gives an air to my whole dress.
7 Everything was done at last, even to Amy's arranging different colored soaps to match the different colored rooms, and Beth's setting the table for the first meal.
8 Aunt March was very angry, for she had set her heart on having her pretty niece make a fine match, and something in the girl's happy young face made the lonely old woman feel both sad and sour.
9 Away they went fleetly and gracefully, for having practiced at home, they were well matched, and the blithe young couple were a pleasant sight to see, as they twirled merrily round and round, feeling more friendly than ever after their small tiff.
10 The others sat round the fire, talking away, utterly regardless of the lapse of time, till Meg, whose maternal mind was impressed with a firm conviction that Daisy had tumbled out of bed, and Demi set his nightgown afire studying the structure of matches, made a move to go.