matter

[ mat-er ]SEE DEFINITION OF matter

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MATTER

But of course it will be only fair to sis to lay the matter before her just as it is.

He leaned back, and began to puff leisurely at his pipe, as if this settled the matter.

"There is one other matter I wanted to speak to you about, Mr. Paine," he said.

In the matter of minor industries, sericulture holds a first rank.

That he was constantly cheerful proved the matter of his musings to be pleasant.

If you will leave the matter in my hands, I will call upon him to-night, and see what I can do.

Shepler and the party were to go through the mine as a matter of sight-seeing.

And she was disappointed that he only promised to consider the matter and let her hear from him.

In that matter I would not trust myself; why, then, should I trust the composite Democrat?

The King of course could not allow one of his subjects to outdo him in such a matter.

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