What is the past tense of meet with?

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The past tense of meet with is met with.

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

The present participle of meet with is meeting with.

The past participle of meet with is met with.

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I met with in this charming season, expelled every gloomy and vexatious thought, just at the close of day the gentle gales retired.
However, there's absolutely no indication whatsoever that the people who met with Vincent did anything improper.
At its core, this is an argument that absolutism should always be met with absolutism, a notion that I think is wildly mistaken.
Hugh about-turned, and headed in the opposite direction to be met with a similar fate.
My light-hearted offer to provide a dumpster was usually met with a wan smile.
The proposed cuts were met with mass walkouts, first by public sector workers and then by the rest of the Argentine unions.

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