PAIRED: Synonyms and Related Words. What is Another Word for PAIRED?

Need another word that means the same as “paired”? Find 26 synonyms and 30 related words for “paired” in this overview.

The synonyms of “Paired” are: mated, opposite, corresponding, equivalent, parallel, analogous, coordinating, complementary, harmonious, the same, twin, coupled, double, duplicate, identical, all of a piece, like, like peas in a pod, like two peas in a pod, alike, comparable, similar, correlative, congruent, concordant, consonant

Paired as an Adjective

Definitions of "Paired" as an adjective

According to the Oxford Dictionary of English, “paired” as an adjective can have the following definitions:

  • Of leaves etc; growing in pairs on either side of a stem.
  • Occurring in pairs or as a pair.
  • Mated sexually.
Definitions of "Paired" as an adjective

Synonyms of "Paired" as an adjective (26 Words)

alike(of two or more people or things) similar to each other.
Friends are generally alike in background and taste.
all of a pieceQuantifier; used with either mass or count nouns to indicate the whole number or amount of or every one of a class.
analogousComparable in certain respects, typically in a way which makes clearer the nature of the things compared.
They saw the relationship between a ruler and his subjects as analogous to that of father and children.
comparableAble to be likened to another; similar.
The situation in Holland is comparable to that in England.
complementaryRelating to complementary medicine.
A pair of complementary oligonucleotides were synthesized.
concordantBeing of the same opinion.
The answers were roughly concordant.
congruentCorresponding in character or kind.
Institutional and departmental objectives are very largely congruent.
consonantDenoting or relating to a consonant.
A consonant phoneme.
coordinatingServing to connect two grammatical constituents of identical construction.
And in John and Mary or in John walked and Mary rode is a coordinating conjunction and so is or in will you go or stay.
correlativeHaving a mutual relationship; corresponding.
Correlative conjunctions.
correspondingAnalogous or equivalent in character, form, or function; comparable.
All rights carry with them corresponding responsibilities.
coupled(of two electrical components) connected through electromagnetic induction, electrostatic charge, or an optical link.
A locomotive with six coupled wheels.
doubleDesigned to be used by two people.
Duple or double time consists of two or a multiple of two beats to a measure.
duplicateHaving two corresponding or identical parts.
A duplicate key.
equivalentHaving the same or a similar effect as.
A wish that was equivalent to a command.
harmoniousSuitable and fitting.
The decor is a harmonious blend of traditional and modern.
identical(of twins) derived from a single egg or ovum.
Four girls in identical green outfits.
like(of a portrait or other image) having a faithful resemblance to the original.
Members of the cat family have like dispositions.
like peas in a podEqual in amount or value.
like two peas in a podConforming in every respect.
matedMated sexually.
oppositeOf leaves or shoots arising in pairs at the same level on opposite sides of the stem.
A crowd gathered on the opposite side of the street.
parallel(of lines, planes, or surfaces) side by side and having the same distance continuously between them.
The road runs parallel to the Ottawa River.
similarResembling or similar having the same or some of the same characteristics often used in combination.
Problems similar to mine.
the sameClosely similar or comparable in kind or quality or quantity or degree.
twinOf a crystal twinned.
The twin problems of economic failure and social disintegration.
Synonyms of "Paired" as an adjective (26 Words)

Usage Examples of "Paired" as an adjective

  • Paired gloves.
  • A characteristic arrangement of paired fins.
  • Paired fangs.
Usage Examples of "Paired" as an adjective

Associations of "Paired" (30 Words)

acquaintanceAcquaintances considered collectively.
I have trouble remembering the names of all my acquaintances.
affinityState of relationship between organisms or groups of organisms resulting in resemblance in structure or structural parts.
A semantic affinity between two words.
buddyA working companion with whom close cooperation is required.
I decided to buddy up to them.
coordinatedOperating as a unit.
She was usually good with her hands and well coordinated.
coupleLink or combine (something) with something else.
He hoped she d be better in a couple of days.
coupletA pair of successive lines of verse, typically rhyming and of the same length.
cousinA child of one’s uncle or aunt.
The new motorbikes are not proving as popular as their four wheel cousins.
cronyA close friend or companion.
He went gambling with his cronies.
doggerelComic verse composed in irregular rhythm.
He had heard some silly doggerel that kept running through his mind.
duetPerform a duet.
Performing duets with famous foreign artists.
duoA duet.
Two duos for violin and viola.
equalMake equal uniform corresponding or matching.
His work is concerned with why private property equals exploitation.
husbandUse cautiously and frugally.
She and her husband are both retired.
lovableInspiring or deserving love or affection.
He has a lovable sweet personality.
lovinglyWith love or great care.
They smile lovingly at each other.
matchMake equal uniform corresponding or matching.
He tried to match her nonchalance.
matchingCorresponding in pattern, colour, or design; complementary.
A blue jacket and matching skirt.
mateSouth American tea like drink made from leaves of a South American holly called mate.
He couldn t satisfy his frisky young mate.
neighbour(of a place or object) be situated next to or very near (another.
I chatted with my neighbour on the flight to New York.
newlywedSomeone recently married.
palBecome friends; act friendly towards.
We got acquainted but we never really palled around.
partnerBe the partner of.
A partner in a prosperous legal practice.
peerA nobleman duke or marquis or earl or viscount or baron who is a member of the British peerage.
For yet a many of your horsemen peer.
pitchHit the ball on to the green with a pitch shot.
The traders had already reserved their pitches.
prenuptialExisting or occurring before marriage.
Prenuptial pregnancy.
setPut or set seeds seedlings or plants into the ground.
A set of golf clubs.
similitudeThe quality or state of being similar to something.
Conrad uses a range of constructions which express or imply similitude.
togetherSo as to be in agreement.
Taken together these measures would significantly improve people s chances of surviving a coach crash.
twinGrow as twins.
Twin crystals.
yokePut a yoke on a pair of animals couple or attach with or to a yoke.
Pulled by a yoke of oxen.
Associations of "Paired" (30 Words)

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