(used as a salutation or part of a salutation.): Compare hail-fellow 2.
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How to use well-met in a sentence
well-met were we three folk; ay, no doubt: I was in a glow of content with this new fortune.The Cruise of the Shining Light | Norman Duncan
It could not be that Gordon, could it, with his hail-fellow-well-met manner?The Heir of Redclyffe | Charlotte M. Yonge
And surely the crime and the law were in admirable keeping: rustic constable was well met with rustic offender.The Works of Robert Louis Stevenson - Swanston Edition Vol. XXII (of 25) | Robert Louis Stevenson
"Well met, Miss Enistor," said the elder man in a genial manner and staring at her very directly.A Son of Perdition | Fergus Hume
And at first he sings small, and is hail-fellow-well-met with Sheamus—that's James of the Glens, my chieftain's agent.Kidnapped | Robert Louis Stevenson