adjective, noun, verb (used with object)
- matsuoka, yosuke,
- matsys, quentin,
- matta echaurren,
or mat, matt
verb (used with object), mat·ted, mat·ting.
Origin of matte1
Examples from the Web for matt
Fellow SEAL Matt Bissonnette also claims to have shot bin Laden.Exclusive: Bin Laden ‘Shooter’ Under Investigation for Leaking Secrets|Shane Harris|December 23, 2014|DAILY BEAST
“This puts some real pressure on Chris Christie,” said Matt Mackowiak, a GOP strategist.How A Jeb Bush Candidacy Would Hurt Chris Christie And Shake Up The 2016 GOP Field|David Freedlander|December 16, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Matt was a guy I would see at a coffee shop here in town from time to time.
You see, even Matt was going through something tough at the time.
Writing the script with Matt was a good way for me to start to close the door on that particular period of my life.
The sense of the word as implying a compulsory service is shown in the Vulgate of Matt.The English Village Community|Frederic Seebohm
Old Matt Rockwood, my friend and protector, the friend and protector of my childhood, was dead.Field and Forest|Oliver Optic
Matt will put a team in the field worth beating, and we all know what a player he is himself when he wants to do the right thing.Fast Nine|Alan Douglas
That was a conundrum, and Matt had no time to give to conundrums just then.Motor Matt's Red Flyer, or, On the High Gear|Stanley R. Matthews
Both exerted every nerve, and ten seconds later the wagon rolled out of the open doors, and was guided by Matt up the alley.Young Auctioneers|Edward Stratemeyer