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What is the opposite of met?

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Opposite of to have discovered something either by chance or intention
“It was unfortunate that I misplaced a presidential badge of office for a couple of days.”
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Opposite of to have attained or achieved
“I surrendered my search for love and did not feel a shred of regret.”
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Opposite of to have covered an expense
“We didn't stick to our budget and we defaulted on our rent.”
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Opposite of past tense for to meet or come together at an agreed time and place
“Court members would disperse at the end of the afternoon session and return to their temporary lodgings.”
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Opposite of past tense for to encounter something, especially by chance
“I wanted to avoid her at all costs since I felt completely incapable of saying anything that wasn't fraught with distress and indigence.”
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Opposite of past tense for to make the acquaintance of
“I fell out with Jane about three months ago after a petty argument.”
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Opposite of past tense for to come into contact with something or each other
“The road will diverge on either side of the bridge to join the old road on each side.”
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Opposite of past tense for to act in accordance with the terms of
“The article includes numerous suppositions and makes inferences that miss the mark Because of inaccuracies, misunderstood information, and a lack of research.”
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Opposite of past tense for to pay or give what is owed
“In a brutal rejection of the insurance chief's leadership, 59% of investors decided to repudiate his pay package.”
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Opposite of past tense for to experience or suffer
“During the interview, the officers explained to her that she was lucky to avoid the same fate as her husband.”
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Opposite of past tense for to receive, or to respond to, with a given reaction
“I did my best to ignore his advances, and eventually, he got the hint.”
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Opposite of past tense for to confront or come up against
“Wilder threw some wild accusations that his opponent was trying to shirk the fight.”
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