Definitions for "End matched"
Keywords:  groove, tongue, plank, milled, engages
A profile on both ends of pieces of lumber; one end with a tongue and the other with a groove, so that when butted together, the tongue engages the groove.
Tongue and grooving on the ends of wood strip or plank flooring (end joint). EXOTIC HARDWOODS - Usually refers to imported hardwoods but can include uncommon or unusual hardwoods native to the U.S.
In strip or plank flooring, one end of each piece has a tongue milled into it, and a groove milled into the opposite end. When the strips or planks are butted together the tongue on one end fits into the groove on the next piece, adding stability and strength to the flooring.