What is the past tense of meet?

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The past tense of meet is met (obsolete).

The third-person singular simple present indicative form of meet is meets.

The present participle of meet is meeting.

The past participle of meet is met (obsolete).

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The chamber usually met only once a year, with the Viceroy presiding, but it appointed a Standing Committee which met more often.
The real likelihood test is met as long as the court is satisfied that there is a sufficient degree of possibility of bias.
Two months after the first outbreak of rebellion at Meerut, the two forces met near Karnal.
The combatants met at Mission Dolores and each were given Colt Dragoons with 5 shots.
Places such as Delhi, Allahabad, Kanpur and Lucknow were all met with general massacre after they were recaptured by British forces.
When the terms weren't met, the crew bombarded Greytown, then landed and burnt the town to the ground.

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