“Our audience, they are obsessed, and they really just want to spoil and make their dog happy,” meeker said.
He did replace meeker though when meeker went off to do a movie.
meeker personally connects to the customers he sells to because he himself is a dog enthusiast and owner of a great dane.
Now, I'll leave it to meeker, here—hadn't I ought to take his roof?
Mr. meeker has been here and has broken off his engagement with you.
In the evening Mr. Dide announced that he should go to meeker on the following day, and thence he knew not where, definitely.
Once, when Mr. meeker came to the door, he shut it in my face.
One day, while wandering in the pine woods on the slope of Mt. meeker, I came upon two young grizzly bears.
Mrs. meeker herself was shot in her hip and left lame for life.
She looks smaller than usual in her heavy black dress and is meeker than usual on an occasion of this kind.
c.1200, "gentle, quiet, unaggressive; benevolent, kind; courteous, humble, unassuming;" of a woman, "modest," from a Scandinavian source (cf. Old Norse mjukr "soft, pliant, gentle"), from Proto-Germanic *meukaz (cf. Gothic muka-modei "humility," Dutch muik "soft"), of uncertain origin, perhaps from PIE *meug- "slippery, slimy." In the Bible, it translates Latin mansuetus from Vulgate (see mansuetude). Sense of "submissive" is from mid-14c.
"those who are meek," c.1200, from meek (adj.).