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  • v. To meet again


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re- +‎ meet


  • We were both clean, but we lived far away from each other and had no time or place to remeet and rediscover each other as clean companions.


  • The tempestuous paddy, the tempestuous laddie decided to remeet along with all the bleak.

    Pander! Panda! Panzer!

  • Eidophone conversations with two other crewmen's wives had been difficult-when at least they were accepting God's will in Christian fortitude, and wanted only to ask about sending messages or gifts to the men they would never remeet in his life.


  • Yet ... look at them all about him in the car, these people who told themselves that they had started Fifi on the way to be a saint, in which state they expected to remeet her.


  • Jack-in-the-Box; over the corridors poured a stream of beautiful maidens and handsome gentlemen, to separate for their several tiring-rooms, and soon to remeet in the palm-decked vestibule.


  • Barack Obama, remeet the Republican senators who are now going to help define your presidency.

    The Thunder Run


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  • Just think how economically you can replace "See you later", "Okay, catch you around" and the like with a jaunty "Remeet!"

    January 10, 2016