Synonyms for Meet:

adj.

all (adjective)
fitting.
fitting (adjective)
apt, expedient, fair, fit, just, timely.

n.

acknowledge, shout out, SEE-IN, pay your respects (to someone). appear, convenient, disperse, ideal, leave, perfect, possible, resort, suited, well-chosen. address, adhere, coincide, combat, handle, deal with, see about, do something, make the best of something, take something on board. disburse, finance, fund, pay, pay out, spend, familiarize with, invest in, bear the cost/expense etc.. angling, answer, bag, bait, big game, bite, capture, cast, suffice, blood sports. abandon, battle, canvass, clear the air, come-on, engage, face, fight, jostle, meet up with, negotiate, push, shove, meet with, talk through. ascend, bend, bifurcate, carry, diverge, divide, end, extend, branch off. bring forth, call forth, decide, draw, go down, provoke, rendezvous, translate, result in. bound, eye, glower, leer, lock, lower, near, neighbor, outstare, stare down, verge, bore into, fix with. brush, close, gather up, graze, open, pat, pluck. feel, introduce, know, participate, present, prove, taste, undergo, meet up. bye, card, challenge, championship, clash, conflict, crown, cup, close season, the Commonwealth Games. duel, enter, feelings, greeting, race, react, respond, ride, take up. come through, deliver, honor, keep, remember, same, stick to, tie, hold to, keep your word. DO. competition, contest. competition (noun)
contest, match.
event (noun)
sports meeting.
fitting (noun)
apt, expedient, fair, timely.
meet (noun)
adjoin, assemble, come across, conform to, contact, converge, cope with, encounter, fill, fit, fitting, foregather, forgather, fulfil, fulfill, gather, get together, just, match, play, ran into, receive, run across, satisfy, see, sports meeting, suffer, take on, touch.
sporting event involving several participants (noun)
competition, conflict, contest, match.

v.

come together, convene (verb)
appear, assemble, collect, congregate, foregather, gather, join, muster, open, rendezvous.
congregate (verb)
assemble, collect, congregate, convene, gather, muster.
connect, join (verb)
abut, adhere, adjoin, border, coincide, connect, converge, touch, unite.
contact (verb)
abut, adjoin, border, butt, connect, contact, join, reach out, touch.
converge (verb)
approach, concentrate, focus, intercept, merge, unite.
converse (verb)
argue, chat, confront, consult, converse, debate, discuss, parley, talk.
equal (verb)
balance, equal, equalize, match.
happen on (verb)
bump into, clash, come across, confront, contact, encounter, engage, face, get together, greet, run across, run into, see.
meet (verb)
bump into, encounter, greet, receive, run into, welcome.
observe (verb)
meet with.
perception (verb)
suffer.
perform, carry out (verb)
answer, approach, cope with, equal, fulfill, handle, satisfy, suffice, tie.
socialize (verb)
attend, befriend, host, socialize, hob-nob.

Other synonyms:

bring forth, call forth, come-on, fair, glower, greeting, leer, outstare, shout out, stare down, SEE-IN, result in, bore into, fix with. competition, convenient, expedient, neighbor, meet up. apt, decide, prove, race, remember. acknowledge, close, contest, honor, react, rendezvous, respond, hold to. come through, duel, introduce, stick to, translate. go down, know, lower, taste. draw, enter, eye, feel, tie. ride, take up. lock. deliver. clash, engage, face, present. keep. answer
deal with.
begin
open.
congregate
assemble, forgather.
encounter
meet up with.
equal
equalize.
experience
feel.
get together
get together.
happen upon
bump into.
satisfy
conform to.
tie
tie.
Other relevant words:
answer, apt, clash, close, coincide, conform to, converge, expedient, face, fill, fit, fitting, forgather, fulfil, fulfill, get together, meet up with, rendezvous, satisfy, suffice, DO, meet with.

Usage examples for meet

  1. If you will tell me which way they have gone I will go and meet them." – Jan and Her Job by L. Allen Harker
  2. So you will have to go to her to- night and tell her that she must meet me on my way to school to- morrow. – The Rebel of the School by Mrs. L. T. Meade
  3. All right, I'll meet you there. – The Story of a Doctor's Telephone--Told by His Wife by Ellen M. Firebaugh