met in a sentence

  1. I was met her at the station.
  2. I had met him two weeks ago.
  3. I met him on the way.
  4. I can never forget the day I first met you.
  5. He met me on the way.
  6. Excuse me, have we met before?
  7. Do you know who he met yesterday?
  8. I am sure, we haven’t met before.
  9. He met me a few days ago.
  10. I can’t recall having met him before.
  11. He met with an accident.
  12. He met me on Sunday.
  13. He met with an accident yesterday.
  14. I feel we have met before.
  15. He is the funniest person I have ever met.
  16. I have met him before.
  17. I met a demure, sweet-faced girl.
  18. He had not met me in a long time.
  19. Protests must continue till demands are met.
  20. We will not budge until our demands are met.
  21. I have not seen him since we met years ago.
  22. I had never met anyone like you before.
  23. I had met her only twice.
  24. I met him yesterday.
  25. It is long since I met him.
  26. I met him on my way to college.
  27. Yesterday, I met him on the street.
  28. I met him on the eve of his marriage.
  29. I have met you after ages.
  30. The children you met were naughty.
  31. This is the place where I met with an accident.
  32. They met me at the platform.
  33. I met him long ago.
  34. I like to have met you personally.
  35. Owing to ill-luck, he met with a bad accident.
  36. If he had met me, I would have helped him.
  37. The man I met yesterday is very intelligent.
  38. I met her last evening.
  39. It is a year since I met her.
  40. I have been searching her since I met her.
  41. I have not met you before.
  42. She met me on my way to school.
  43. He met his teacher.
  44. Though he was going slow, he met a dreadful accident.
  45. He was under the influence of liquor when he met an accident.
  46. I can’t recall having met him before.
  47. I met him after ages.
  48. She met me last week.
  49. The guests met a cold reception.
  50. My request met with a refusal at her hands.
  51. I met him at the conference.
  52. She was singing a song when I met her.
  53. He has not met me so far.
  54. I met him at the office party.
  55. I met him at his residence.
  56. He met me at lunch.
  57. I first met him a year ago.
  58. We met him in the bank.
  59. He has met with misfortune.
  60. He met with no success.
  61. She had finished her home work when I met her.
  62. His request for money met with a refusal.
  63. I met him in the market.
  64. Your friend met me yesterday.
  65. I met an old friend yesterday.
  66. He was liked by all who met him.
  67. He met me here yesterday.
  68. This is the place where I met him.
  69. I met him as he was coming from college.
  70. He met with many difficulties on the way.
  71. When we met last time you mentioned that you are looking for a job.
  72. He met me and gave me a book.
  73. What was he doing when you met him ?
  74. I met her at the station.
  75. He met me and gave me a book.
  76. I met him yesterday.
  77. He was in uniform when I met him.
  78. I met him yesterday.
  79. I met my old friend.
  80. Last night I met a fool.
  81. I met this man two days ago.
  82. I met an old woman in the park last night ?
  83. We met nobody there.
  84. I met him yesterday.
  85. I met her only once.
  86. Had she met me, I would have told her everything.
  87. I met with many obstacles, but pressed on.
  88. “If he had met her, he would have recognized her.
  89. We met the boys who were rewarded.
  90. I have not met her since last week.
  91. I have met him the other day.
  92. You might have met me in the college.
  93. Having met him earlier, I recognised him.
  94. I met the him on the way.
  95. She met me in the Bazaar.
  96. I met him last Saturday.
  97. I’ve met that girl before.
  98. We met under a lonely tree.
  99. They had met two months before.
  100. He met with an accident.
  101. He met me at the lunch.
  102. My friend had met with an accident five days ago.
  103. I met this girl yesterday.
  104. He met me in the market:
  105. I met him yesterday.
  106. I met your dad yesterday.
  107. He didn’t find anyone who met the requirements.
  108. He doesn’t think he’s ever met you.
  109. I’ve never met a genius.
  110. I’ve never met anybody in this world like me.
  111. I met him just now.

Synonyms of Met

Clash

  • There was a minor clash between the two parties.
  • There was another clash a few months later.
  • There was a violent clash of opinions between the two leaders.

Collide

  • The views of the two politicians collide violently.

Confront

  • No one dares to confront them.
  • He hints at the problems that confront us.
  • When you try to confront her she will break into tears but never tells you anything.
  • A minor financial problem is likely to confront you on Friday and Saturday.
  • A soldier often has to confront danger.
  • I think it’s time for me to confront that problem.

Contact

  • Tell him to contact the Principal immediately.
  • We should establish contact with nature for a happy life.
  • He comes in contact with different kinds of persons.
  • I have lost contact with him.
  • By reading their books, we come in contact with their minds.
  • He had very little formal contact with the companies.
  • He has been in contact with me since he has been a college student.
  • Some men feel uncomfortable to make eye contact for too long.
  • We shall soon contact him.
  • She has no chances of coming in contact with foreigners.
  • It is normal practice to contact the company’s home office in these kinds of cases.

Cross

  • It becomes difficult to cross the road at night.
  • Look left and right before you cross the street.
  • Vehicles must stop at a zebra crossing to let pedestrians cross the road.
  • Who could not cross the river?
  • How did you cross the river?
  • He did not try to cross the river.
  • The two lines cross each other at right angles.

Encounter

  • We should encounter our difficulties boldly.
  • Most people become uncivil if they encounter incivility.
  • How do you react when you encounter a homeless person?
  • Tomorrow we will encounter the enemy.

Engage

  • They do not engage in small talk.
  • Our college did not engage any teacher in his absence.
  • I have no time to engage in political activity.
  • He wants to engage in business.
  • She wants to engage in teaching.

Experience

  • Write your experience to your friend.
  • Give a vivid account of your experience during the train journey.
  • I have seven months’ experience of teaching English in a Higher Secondary School.
  • He has no practical experience of the job.
  • We all experience pain in our day to day life and turn to pain relievers.
  • Avoid these common cycling mistakes for perfect cycling experience .

Face

  • She hides her face for shame.
  • Her face resembles her mother.
  • She covered her face by a piece of cloth.
  • His face lit with a fire of decision
  • He saw his face reflected in the water.

Find

  • You’ll find this map very useful.
  • Have a good look at this picture and find me in it.
  • Where did you find this wallet?
  • You will find this game very interesting.
  • You ought to find nice shoes here.
  • I find the two first chapters of this book very easy.
  • I did not find any girls there.
  • You will not find that book so easily.
  • I don’t find myself in entire agreement with you.
  • I did not find him anywhere.
  • I helped her find her purse.
  • Well read more to find out how it can help you.
  • You’ll find the house empty.
  • You can easily find the bank.
  • I’ll find a good time to tell him about it.

Front

  • He’s broken off two front teeth.
  • If you spend a lot of time in front of computer, rose water should be your friend.

Get together

  • We must get together for a drink some time.
  • We should get together to discuss the matter.
  • Can’t we get together a little later then?
  • It was exciting to get together again.
  • Well, it was fun to get together again.
  • Let’s get together again next year.
  • Let’s get together tonight.
  • Let’s get together on Sunday.
  • They like to get together and drink.
  • Let’s get together tomorrow.
  • Would you like to get together again next weekend?
  • They love to get together and play music.

Greet

  • We greet people who pass by us.
  • The people wished to greet the Prime Minister.
  • He has a cheerful smile for those who greet him.
  • We shall greet all.
  • I didn’t greet you because I mistook you for somebody else.
  • There is no one to greet me.
  • He rose to his feet to greet me.

Hit

  • He was hit on the head.
  • A cold wave hit this district.
  • This song is No. on the hit chart.
  • He hit on a good idea.
  • I narrowly escaped being hit by a car.
  • I hit upon a good idea.
  • A ball hit the back of my head while I was playing soccer.
  • It really hit the spot.
  • I have a very sore arm where you hit me.
  • That boy hit him on purpose.
  • I hit my head hard against the wall.
  • The man hit me on the head.
  • He hit him in the stomach.
  • We’ve really hit it off.
  • This year the region has been hit by a severe drought.
  • I saw the car hit a man.

Light

  • The box is light enough for a child to carry.
  • We saw a dim light in the distance.
  • I had a light lunch.
  • Is there a cafe where I can have a light meal?
  • A red light was glowing in the dark.
  • In light of his lack of abilities we cannot expect him to succeed.
  • The substance is light enough to float on the water.
  • Heat and light are necessary for our existence.
  • It’s getting dark. Please turn the light on for me.
  • Please light a candle.
  • Do you have any light beer?
  • The light went off last night in the storm.
  • We saw a light far away.
  • She shut her eyes because the light was so strong.
  • You shouldn’t make light of a cold.
  • The speed of light is much greater than that of sound.
  • How do you know that light travels faster than sound?

Luck

  • I hope you will have better luck next time.
  • He doesn’t seem to have any luck at all.
  • I’ve got the devil’s own luck in everything.
  • I hope that you will have better luck next time.
  • We had the luck to win the battle.

Salute

  • I salute my motherland.
  • We ought to salute our National Flag.
  • The captain gave orders for a salute to be fired.

See

  • I will be glad to see you tomorrow.
  • He never fails to come to see me every day.
  • I am dying to see her again.
  • I see no reason why I shouldn’t accept her offer.
  • She was never to see her children again.
  • She tasted the cake to see if it was sweet enough.
  • I have been to the airport to see him off.
  • He had the goodness to come all the way to see me.
  • He didn’t see anybody.
  • He is sure to come to see us.
  • He was in a hurry to see his mother.
  • They often drop in to see us.
  • I don’t see him.
  • She couldn’t see it.
  • She was frightened to see the black cat.
  • She demanded to see the manager.
  • He didn’t see the stop sign and almost hit the child crossing the street.

Strike

  • The workers are calling for strike action.
  • There was a strike in the town.
  • They make you strike a lucrative deal.
  • Why don’t you strike out on your own?
  • They are on strike for money.
  • The reason we’re on strike is that the company hasn’t improved our wages.
  • You must strike while the iron is hot.
  • The general strike paralyzed the whole country.
  • Employees threatened a strike to protect worker benefits.
  • The union went out on a strike for an indefinite period.
  • He doesn’t strike me as efficient.
  • We’re on strike because the company hasn’t improved our wages.

Stumble

  • Simple meditation techniques help to stumble upon inner peace.
  • She walked carefully so as not to stumble over a rock.

Tumble

  • The tumble hurt him badly.

Tussle

  • There is a great tussle in and out.

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Grapple

Wrestle

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