What is the correct spelling for MATTCH?
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Correct spellings for MATTCH
- batch "I'd be'n 'round consid'able in my time an' I knew quite a batch o' stories.
- catch "It's worse than that," replied Edwin, an odd catch in his voice.
- hatch Sits on the fore hatch and has long conversations with the crew.
- latch The firelight shone through from underneath, and a fine thread of golden light sifted through the latch of the door and fell on the hand that held Amalia's crutches.
- mach For a great distance around, the Catholics knew of their abode, were often visited by them, even without mach danger of the fact becoming known to spies and informers.
- macho You do not wanna try this at home my little vato/ This is neither the time nor the place to get macho/ So crack a six-pack, sit back with some nachos/ Maybe some popcorn watch the show, and just rock slow/ – Must Be The Ganja by Eminem
- march There's the captain stiff as starch Bayonet's flashing Music is crashing As the wooden soldiers march – Parade Of The Wooden Soldiers by harry connick jr.
- mash Give me more cash, bring me sour mash Peel me a grape and fetch my stash – Angeline by Elton John
- match Up a clandestine match Between the Sea-Captain she dreads like Old Scratch, – Some Account of a New Play by Richard Harris Barham
- matt "I think I'll join Matt at the station," he suggested to Louise.
- mooch Tuk a vancy to a nice young 'ooman, and never kep her in doubt about it, though there wadn't mooch to zettle on her.
- Aitch And in the same journal, for 2nd August 1902, he wrote as follows: The question raised by Jay Aitch as to the school of mystics founded by Lavater, and the large book The Veiled Queen, by 'Philip Aylwin,' which contains quotations that Jay Aitch affirms have haunted him ever since he read them, are certainly questions about as interesting as any that could have been raised in connexion with the story.
- Mich In his memory there lived one of these night-wanderings when he stood beneath Lili's window, heard her sing the song, beginning Warum ziehst du mich unwiderstehlich, in which, in the first freshness of his love, he had described the witchery with which she had bound him, and, the song ended, saw from her moving shadow that she paced up and down the room, evidently deep in thoughts which he leaves us to divine.
- Natch Sang the water-carrier: "I's natch-i-ully gallant wid de ladies,-" and along with the trowel's tinkle came softly back, "I uz bawn wid a talent fo' de ladies."