King Henry often looked in on these matches, and did honour to the winners.
America, at its best, matches a commitment to principle with a concern for civility.
He went to the mantel-shelf and brought the box of matches from it.
"He went up into the organ-loft in search of a candle and matches," remarked the bishop.
He might have known, had he possessed any sense, that candles and matches are not likely to be there in summer-time!
Miss Briscoe was flitting about the room, hunting for matches.
I saw that they were cutting their matches and arranging their priming.'
But, as you value your peace of mind, do not fool with matches.
Sue had stolen some matches and was using them as Jackstraws.
He again got out his cigarettes and matches, but only three matches were left and they were bad ones.