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- verb archaic Third-person singular simple present indicative form of
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I come back now to the life of every day -- that quiet humdrum life (as _Milly_ hath it) which is so displeasant to young eager natures, and matcheth so well with them that be growing old and come to feel the need of rest.
This matcheth Heauen, and the Earth, in one frame, and aptly applieth parts Correspõdent: So, as, the Heauenly Globe, may (in practise) be duely described vpon the Geographicall, and Hydrographicall
Priest that matcheth us in natural passions, (Heb.
But where he byandby addeth, that by the name of help, may be gathered that w« alfo do worke fomewhar, we ought not fo to take ir, as if he did giue any thing feuerally to vs: but becaufe he woulde not chcrifh (louth - fuHiuiTc in vs, he fo matcheth the working of God with ours, that to will may be of nature, and to will well of grace.