Definition for couple

noun as in pair of things

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set, team

verb as in join two things

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Example Sentences

I’ve never met Andrew Doughty, but for the past couple of decades have considered his deeply researched Revealed guides about as necessary as sunscreen or swim shorts for a Hawaii trip.

Even if we’re up a couple goals in the third, the easiest way to defend is probably attacking and keep the puck and possession.

A few weeks later, Willie messaged to let me know they were officially a couple.

I’ve done this in the past, and it hasn’t worked out, though I do believe that if the issues that a couple disagrees on are not pivotal to the point of negatively affecting others in any way, shape, or form, then it can be discussed.

I’ve made a couple of dates where we were going to go out and meet at a place, but they were canceled because of a massive spike in cases in Monroe County.

We do see that a few European countries have them on the books: Germany, Poland, Italy, Ireland, a couple more.

A couple of people were treated for minor injuries but no major incidents occurred.

I finally called Lee a couple of times and we talked but he was busy with guests at the house.

There is one time, however, when couple dancing is in high demand, and that is around weddings.

The court papers are sealed, but the couple has made it clear they want to be relieved of their parental responsibilities.

He thus decoyed them away, and the fortunate couple were enabled to reach the British lines under cover of the darkness.

They had the advantage in position and numbers, but Guitar had the advantage in having a couple of pieces of artillery.

It consisted in a couple of snakes in old gold clenching an enormous topaz between their heads.

Martini prepared a couple of stout mules, and concealed them amongst the thickets on the opposite side of the fosse.

This takes at first the crude device of a couple of vertical lines attached to the head (see Fig. 4).


On this page you'll find 93 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to couple, such as: set, team, brace, couplet, deuce, and doublet.

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