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Similar words: mathematicalmathematicsmathematiciannomineetraineeengineerdomineerdomineeringMeaning: ['mætn'eɪ /'mætɪneɪ]  n. a theatrical performance held during the daytime (especially in the afternoon). 
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(1) I have ticket reserved for today's matinee.
(2) In fact I am not interested in matinee show.
(3) There is no matinee performance September 6.
(4) Yet he walked and talked like a matinee idol.
(5) A 2 p.m. matinee is scheduled for Sunday.
(6) Consider the sinister, theatrical laugh of the matinee bad guy.
(7) Matinee gives you over 30 clips of video to edit and view.
(8) A suave and sophisticated style reminiscent of matinee idols if the thirties.
(9) One matinee jacket arrived with a cigarette burn in the middle of the back.
(10) One day, it was a Saturday between matinee and evening[sentencedict.com], I got dressed to go for dinner.
(11) " I've been to the matinee this afternoon. "
(12) Rudolph Valentino was matinee idol of his day.
(13) They have a matinee tomorrow.
(14) Rudolph Valentino was the matinee idol of his day.
(15) We have nothing at all left for today's matinee.
(16) We have tickets for the matinee, It'starts at 3 p.m.
(17) We've sold out for today's matinee, but there's an evening performance.
(18) The first regular Saturday matinee was a Christmas Day, 1931, performance of Humperdinck's 19th-century opera Hansel and Gretel, based on the fairy tale of the same name.
(19) Dressing, after the matinee on Wednesday, a knock came at her dressing - room door.
(20) Drinks will also be served during the intervals of the three matinee performances.
(21) Tell you what, Jacqui and I were thinking of tootling on to the midnight matinee at the Parthenon after this lot.
(22) Tickets are $ 10 to $ 32 for the evening performances and $ 6 to $ 20 for the matinee.
(23) The students who applauded enthusiastically at a special Kentucky Opera matinee appeared unconcerned about such issues.
(24) Winds across eastern Long Island were so strong that an entire movie theater was lifted off the ground and thrown two miles out to sea — with the matinee crowd and projectionist still inside.
(25) A : Then, give me two box seats for the Wednesday matinee.
(26) Hollywood runs through the veins of the Barrymore family, beginning with Maurice Barrymore and his wife, Georgianna, who were a matinee star and a comedian.
(27) " Come down and meet me to morrow, " he said, " and we'll go to the matinee.
(28) This proved to be a good move on his part because he has since then appeared in several soap operas and started to become a household name and a recognizable matinee idol.
(29) I don't know if you remember that at all, but Robert Goulet was quite the matinee idol.
(30) By the way , will it be an evening performance or a matinee?
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