or meet-up

[ meet-uhp ]

  1. a meeting, especially a regular meeting of people who share a particular interest and have connected with each other through a social-networking website: a meetup for new moms in the neighborhood; a meetup to plan the trip.

Origin of meetup

2000-05; meet1 + up, popularized by Meetup, name of a website Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2023

How to use meetup in a sentence

  • He was now keenly aware that he feared to meet up with a living and indignant Lawyer Franklin.

    Blow The Man Down | Holman Day
  • So you figure to walk up to Pan and invite him to shoot a little game, when you meet up with him?

    Partners of Chance | Henry Herbert Knibbs
  • Ive so longed to meet up with one when I had my camera with me that Ive been picturing how hed look.

  • For fear that we might meet up with more ice in the darkness, we bailed and held the boat bow-on to the seas.

  • He may have had some good reason for not wanting to meet up with the State troops, and so cut and ran for it.