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.
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 piece||Quantifier; used with either mass or count nouns to indicate the whole number or amount of or every one of a class.|
|analogous||Comparable 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.
|comparable||Able to be likened to another; similar.|
The situation in Holland is comparable to that in England.
|complementary||Relating to complementary medicine.|
A pair of complementary oligonucleotides were synthesized.
|concordant||Being of the same opinion.|
The answers were roughly concordant.
|congruent||Corresponding in character or kind.|
Institutional and departmental objectives are very largely congruent.
|consonant||Denoting or relating to a consonant.|
A consonant phoneme.
|coordinating||Serving 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.
|correlative||Having a mutual relationship; corresponding.|
|corresponding||Analogous 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.
|double||Designed to be used by two people.|
Duple or double time consists of two or a multiple of two beats to a measure.
|duplicate||Having two corresponding or identical parts.|
A duplicate key.
|equivalent||Having the same or a similar effect as.|
A wish that was equivalent to a command.
|harmonious||Suitable 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 pod||Equal in amount or value.|
|like two peas in a pod||Conforming in every respect.|
|opposite||Of 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.
|similar||Resembling or similar having the same or some of the same characteristics often used in combination.|
Problems similar to mine.
|the same||Closely similar or comparable in kind or quality or quantity or degree.|
|twin||Of a crystal twinned.|
The twin problems of economic failure and social disintegration.
Usage Examples of "Paired" as an adjective
- Paired gloves.
- A characteristic arrangement of paired fins.
- Paired fangs.
Associations of "Paired" (30 Words)
|acquaintance||Acquaintances considered collectively.|
I have trouble remembering the names of all my acquaintances.
|affinity||State of relationship between organisms or groups of organisms resulting in resemblance in structure or structural parts.|
A semantic affinity between two words.
|buddy||A working companion with whom close cooperation is required.|
I decided to buddy up to them.
|coordinated||Operating as a unit.|
She was usually good with her hands and well coordinated.
|couple||Link or combine (something) with something else.|
He hoped she d be better in a couple of days.
|couplet||A pair of successive lines of verse, typically rhyming and of the same length.|
|cousin||A child of one’s uncle or aunt.|
The new motorbikes are not proving as popular as their four wheel cousins.
|crony||A close friend or companion.|
He went gambling with his cronies.
|doggerel||Comic verse composed in irregular rhythm.|
He had heard some silly doggerel that kept running through his mind.
|duet||Perform a duet.|
Performing duets with famous foreign artists.
Two duos for violin and viola.
|equal||Make equal uniform corresponding or matching.|
His work is concerned with why private property equals exploitation.
|husband||Use cautiously and frugally.|
She and her husband are both retired.
|lovable||Inspiring or deserving love or affection.|
He has a lovable sweet personality.
|lovingly||With love or great care.|
They smile lovingly at each other.
|match||Make equal uniform corresponding or matching.|
He tried to match her nonchalance.
|matching||Corresponding in pattern, colour, or design; complementary.|
A blue jacket and matching skirt.
|mate||South 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.
|newlywed||Someone recently married.|
|pal||Become friends; act friendly towards.|
We got acquainted but we never really palled around.
|partner||Be the partner of.|
A partner in a prosperous legal practice.
|peer||A 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.
|pitch||Hit the ball on to the green with a pitch shot.|
The traders had already reserved their pitches.
|prenuptial||Existing or occurring before marriage.|
|set||Put or set seeds seedlings or plants into the ground.|
A set of golf clubs.
|similitude||The quality or state of being similar to something.|
Conrad uses a range of constructions which express or imply similitude.
|together||So as to be in agreement.|
Taken together these measures would significantly improve people s chances of surviving a coach crash.
|twin||Grow as twins.|
|yoke||Put a yoke on a pair of animals couple or attach with or to a yoke.|
Pulled by a yoke of oxen.