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meet

1. the assembly of hounds, huntsmen, etc., prior to a hunt
2. US the place where the paths of two railway trains meet or cross

meet

[mēt]
(mathematics)
The meet of two elements of a lattice is their greatest lower bound.
(civil engineering)

Meet

References in classic literature ?
What does the whaler do when she meets another whaler in any sort of decent weather?
But Cathullin himself was eager to fight, so forward they marched to meet the foe.
Gather round the bright steel of your King; strong as the rocks of my land, that meet the storm with joy, and stretch their dark pines to the wind.
Within but little more than an hour from the moment the victorious Zodangan squadron had risen to meet us from the camp of the besiegers the battle was over, and the remaining vessels of the conquered Zodangans were headed toward the cities of Helium under prize crews.
As their astonished gaze fell upon the hundreds of green warriors, who now came forth from the fighting shelters, they stopped aghast, but at sight of Kantos Kan, who advanced to meet them, they came forward, crowding about him.
It was a great privilege to meet throughout England those who had known and honoured the late William Lloyd Garrison, the Hon.
Five days since, they took their departure to meet their travelling companions in London; leaving me here in charge of the three dear children.
Alarmed by the idea that some misfortune had happened, she ran out to meet the man in the hall.
In that letter he threatened to burn her father's papers if she did not meet him.
This letter asked Ursula to meet Kenneth in the beechwood the next afternoon, and so she stole away there when suspicious father and watchful stepmother thought she was spinning in the granary loft.
Else how should you know her should you some day come to meet her?
He thought that if he challenged him without some fresh cause it might compromise the young Countess Rostova and so he wanted to meet Kuragin personally in order to find a fresh pretext for a duel.