not met

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She wished she had not met him--at least until she had had some clearer understanding with her sister.
They had not met anybody on the moist, red road that wound along the harbor shore.
Amidst all these calamities our provisions failed us; we had little hopes of a supply, for we found neither villages, houses, nor any trace of a human creature; and had miserably perished by thirst and hunger had we not met with some fishermen's boats, who exchanged their fish for tobacco.
They had not met for two or three weeks, and Mary had much to say to Ralph; but she was not certain how far he wished for her company.
We had not met since the evening of the tea-party; but there was no visible emotion either of pleasure or pain, no attempt at pathos, no display of injured pride: she was cool in temper, civil in demeanour.
He had not met with the Indians, either going or returning.
But perceiving that his first advances toward amity were not met, he relapsed into his least favorable disposition toward Philip, and resolved never to appeal to him either about drawing or exercise again.
I wished that Wemmick had not met me, or that I had not yielded to him and gone with him, so that, of all days in the year on this day, I might not have had Newgate in my breath and on my clothes.
Fogg and himself crossed the Pacific together, and not met on the steamer
I might not have heard of the eruption at all had I not met Ogilvy, the well-known astronomer, at Ottershaw.
The dairy-work lasted only till the milk began to lessen, for she had not met with a second regular engagement as at Talbothays, but had done duty as a supernumerary only.
He had asked himself if he had not met me too late--if he were not already a man soured and broken by the disappointments and disenchantments of the past?