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.
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.
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.

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