Thesaurus / matchmaker
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I never knew, nor read of, not even in the most unnatural novels, an American father who was a matchmaker.
Apparently a sort of master of the ceremonies at Finnish weddings, corresponding to the Russian svat, or matchmaker.
The important part which he plays in marriage ceremonies has led to his becoming the matchmaker among all respectable castes.
And suppose she should turn the tables and want to be my matchmaker?
Matchmaker by choice and instinct, Mrs. Blondin could not help herself.
THE WOLVES OF GODALGERNON BLACKWOOD
It isn't always that a matchmaker can be sure of being a benefactor to both sides.
DUFFELSEDWARD EGGLESTON
The idea that I—I had been playing the matchmaker for Bayliss's benefit made me almost as angry as she was.
KENT KNOWLES: QUAHAUGJOSEPH C. LINCOLN
Then from the open doorway of their kitchen she overheard Mrs. Melker, the matchmaker, talking to her uncle.
HUNGRY HEARTSANZIA YEZIERSKA
At last the matchmaker had a better device, which was to leave the pair of us alone.
DAVID BALFOUR, SECOND PARTROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON
Upon the boat, Paul Jacquemin did not leave the side of the matchmaker.

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