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Definition of "meeter" [meet•er]

  • One who meets. (noun)
  • Comparative form of meet: more meet (adjective)

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Use "meeter" in a sentence
  • "_Edward_ the third, and _Richard_ the second for any that wrote in English meeter: because before their times by reason of the late Normane conquest, which had brought into this Realme much alteration both of our langage and lawes, and there withall a certain martiall barbarousnes, whereby the study of all good learning was so much decayd, as long time after no man or very few entended to write in any laudable science: so as beyond that time there is litle or nothing worth commendation to be founde written in this arte."
  • "And I will not reach aboue the time of king Edward the third, and Richard the second for any that wrote in English meeter: because before their times by reason of the late Normane conquest, which had brought into this Realme much alteration both of our langage and lawes, and there withall a certain martiall barbarousnes, whereby the study of all good learning was so much decayd, as long time after no man or very few entended to write in any laudable science: so as beyond that time there is litle or nothing worth commendation to be founde written in this arte."
  • "He will be a high-level fixer and a "meeter and greeter" at major corporate events, lending a touch of class to what might otherwise be seen as grubby commercial occasions."