To pair off

Definition of To pair off

to separate from a group in pairs or couples;
to agree with one of the opposite party or opinion to abstain from voting on specified questions or issues. See Pair, n., 6.

See also: Pair Pair

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To muster troops out of service
To muster up
To nail an assertion
To name
To nip in the bud
To note a bill
To nurse billiard balls
To offend against
To one's beard
To open one's mouth
To open the budget
To open the trenches
To open up
To outdo oneself
To overhaul a tackle
To overhaul running rigging
To overshoot one's self
To owe one a spite
To pace the web
To pain one's self
-To pair off-
to pander to
To parcel a rope
To parcel a seam
To part a cable
To part company
To pass (something) on (some one
To pass a dividend
To pass around the hat
To pass away
To pass by
To pass into
To pass muster
To pass off
To pass on
To pass over
To patter flash
To pattern after
To pause upon
To pawl the capstan
To pay attention to
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