mismatch

[ mis-mach; for 2 also mis-mach ]SEE DEFINITION OF mismatch

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It is hardly necessary to explain that a mismatch—of a young and an old person—is the usual pretext for a charivari.

On the other hand, a mismatch will clear the suspect completely and the detective will know to look elsewhere for the criminal.

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