Definition of 'matchmaking'
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A wise friend will do some subtle matchmaking. The Sun (2016)If you are single, a friend's wild and wonderful matchmaking plans actually work. The Sun (2016)Our appetite for a relationship fuels a pound industry of matchmaking services. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Does hosting a matchmaking show remind you of your bachelor days? The Sun (2014)Now her victims return as squabbling ghosts and are persuaded to help with her matchmaking plans. Times, Sunday Times (2010)You can do some subtle matchmaking for a friend too. The Sun (2011)Dark pools are matchmaking services that link large share buyers with large share sellers. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Singles find love when friends do some subtle matchmaking. The Sun (2010)When they met ten years ago, matchmaking websites were still taboo. Times, Sunday Times (2014)You think a friend's matchmaking plans are crazy but they work brilliantly. The Sun (2009)You may think a friend's matchmaking plan is crazy but it can work. The Sun (2009)You may not be keen on a friend's matchmaking plan but it could work. The Sun (2009)If you are single, that changes fast when your most intuitive friend does some subtle matchmaking. The Sun (2010)You may feel a friend's matchmaking plan is impossible but it works out. The Sun (2010)THERE is a new online matchmaking service for young people and potential employers. The Sun (2014)A wise friend does some subtle matchmaking. The Sun (2011)The 37-year-old has a profile on four matchmaking sites and spends up to four hours a day on them. The Sun (2014)Yet the case against her is one of many piling up against matchmaking services, which have increased in popularity over recent years. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Lesson learnt: reserve the Russian roulette of matchmaking for the people who know you best. Times, Sunday Times (2015)To my surprise, he defended the foundations' matchmaking services. Times, Sunday Times (2009)
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