matchbook matchbook  /ˈmætʃ ˌbʊk/

Definition(s):

  • (n) a small folder of paper safety matches

Usage(s):

  1. It's a patch about the size of a matchbook, but as thin as a piece of tape, that delivers the same estrogen and progestin found in a standard birth-control pill.
  2. Imagine setting a matchbook on fire: light one match, and the rest go up in a row.
  3. Nuttiness is the only sane explanation for wanting to possess every matchbook cover or baseball card ever printed or for paying $47 million to own a Van Gogh.

News

  • Tile Tracker With iOS App Helps You Find Lost Belongings

    True story: On Monday, in the midst of the morning scramble to get ready for work, I was all set to go, when I couldn't find my car keys. Ten minutes of frantic searching later, I found them in a jar where I keep my pencils and pens. We've all lost things in weird places at inopportune times, and a new product, Tile, could help ease that frustration. Tiles are matchbook-sized, Bluetooth-enabled ...
    on June 27, 2013     Source: Mashable

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Quotes

  • "With Rabbit in Red, if you haven't seen the original movie you wouldn't think anything of it," Zombie explained. "Even the casual person who's only seen it once probably wouldn't remember that the matchbook said Rabbit in Red. But I thought...
    on Aug 30, 2007 By: Rob Zombie Source: MTV.com

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