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meekness, n. 1. humility, humbleness, modesty, unpretentiousness, unassumingness, unpresumptuous-ness, unobtrusiveness, freedom from pride or arrogance, reserve, restraint.
2. submissiveness, deference, compliance, complaisance, willingness, acquiescence; adaptability, tracta-bility, obedience, subjection, resignation, spiritlessness, tameness; servility, subservience, obsequiousness, lowliness, lowliness of spirit
or heart or mind; self-abasement, abasement, mortification.
3.
patience, forbearance, tolerance, endurance; mildness, gentleness, peacefulness, peaceableness, clemency, placidity, passiveness.

meet1, v. 1. encounter, come upon, accost, tace, come into contact, meet with, come across; fall across, run across, Inf. run into, Inf bump into; happen upon, chance upon, stumble upon, light upon, hit upon.
2. make acquaintance with, be introduced to, be presented to; welcome, greet, speak with.
3.
tackle, come to grips with, cope with; brave, meet head on, face up to; meet face to face, come face to face with, front, stand in front of, stand facing.
4. contend, confront, clash, conflict with, skirmish, struggle; engage, join, face, battle; grapple, wrestle, spar, box, fight.
5. assemble, collect, gather, come together, ingather, forgather, muster, rally, round up
or in, group or herd together; congregate, convene, convoke; cluster, huddle, crowd, concentrate; parley, confer, hold a session.
6. oppose, thwart, cross, counter, contradict; dispute, challenge, oppugn; defy, stand up to, face in defiance.
7. handle, dispatch, discharge, dispose of, take care of, deal with, do with; carry out, execute, perform; pay, defray, settle, liquidate, recompense; respect, observe, heed, acknowledge.
8. keep pace with, live up to, come up to, act up to; adhere to, be faithful to, keep faith with; satisfy, fulfill, gratify; equal, match, conform with, tie, parallel.
9. concur, agree, correspond, accord; cohere, harmonize, be of like
or one or the same mind, see eye to eye.
10. meet halfway
make a deal, give and take, Inf. go fifty-fifty, bridge over; agree on or upon, come to an agreement or understanding, arrive at an agreement, come to terms, strike a bargain, Inf. get together, make the best of; reciprocate, exchange, trade, trade off; concede, yield, adjust, modify, accommodate.
11. meet with a.
encounter, come upon, come across. See - meet (def 1). b. experience, undergo, go through, endure, live through, suffer, bear, receive. -n. 12. assembly, congregation, meeting. See - meeting (def. 4).
13.
contest, competition, match, tourney, game, regatta, joust, duel; tournament, bout, round, encounter, engagement, Fr. concours; race, run, sprint; trial, heat, scrimmage; run-off, sudden death, showdown.

meet2, adj. suitable, fit, fitting, befitting, appropriate, congruous, expedient; right, rightful, proper, seemly, decorous, becoming; apposite, apt, suited, opportune, pertinent, relevant, applicable; condign, well-deserved, adequate, commensurate, consistent, compatible, harmonious,

meeting, n. 1. rendezvous, tryst, assignation; confrontation, coming together, encounter, congress.
2. presentation, introduction, reception, greeting, welcome, salutation.
3.
combat, battle, skirmish, conflict; fight, contest, duel, bout, feud, Sl. scrap, joust, tilt; clash, contention, struggle; scuffle, tussle, brawl, fray, affray; colli-

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