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noun as in coupling

Strongest match

Strong matches

noun as in coupling

noun as in match


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We used to be on our knees and under the gun about wine and food pairings.

Brown’s emergence means they now boast two offensive studs and — given how young, versatile and committed to defense both players are, and that both are signed for multiple seasons — one of the league’s premier pairings.

To-go cocktail and wine pairings are also offered, an option that did not exist in previous years.

Like past Galaxy Buds models, there’s no physical button on the case for pairing.

Then there’s the question of how portable you want the speakers to be, their pairing capabilities, and whether you want a smart speaker.

But everything about the Hughes-Eldridge pairing militated against such a portrayal.

But as perfect a pairing as Trophy Wife was with Modern Family, black-ish is, too.

The Family Guy pairing is only the first Simpsons crossover episode this season.

And so it is with admiration and understanding that we are still violently furious over the pairing of Joey and Rachel.

What's new, then, is the pairing of unhappy truths with sweet kisses and saccharine confessions.

Many adults, it is said, hardly have a rudiment of this feeling, pairing the most fiercely antagonistic tints.

There were hundreds of snow petrels pairing off, but no eggs were seen in any of the nest-crevices.

The village children often saw the pairing otters, for the animals, hard pressed, had perforce to fish by day instead of by night.

Pairing takes place soon after the breeding aggregations are formed.

In reciprocal pairing, he found that the male was able to transmit the characters of the parents in a higher degree.

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On this page you'll find 94 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to pairing, such as: associating, attaching, bridging, combining, coupling, and fastening.

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