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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of mesh.
  • adjective obsolete mashed; brewed

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Examples

  • First, it "meshed": the dates in it matched the dates of earlier physicals taken by Bush, the addresses on the document were correct, and the Air Force regulations were correctly cited.

    No One Is Safe

  • I had to obtain from Mapes her forty-page analysis of how documents "meshed" with known facts, the heart of her case, since the panel did not attach it as an exhibit, although it attached over seven hundred pages of other exhibits.

    'The Flawed Report on Dan Rather': An Exchange

  • He threw it where I was going and I just kind of meshed with him.

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  • You know we wouldn't have so many problems if the whole language/religion/politics/music thing kind of ... uhm ... "meshed" in a sense that well, people aren't so headstrong about things.

    moschikat Diary Entry

  • Users might want to optimize communications by integrating the antenna with other antennas to form a "meshed" network in a back-country environment for emergency response or military operations.

    EurekAlert! - Breaking News

  • As Mr. Zuiker explains, it's "the best of publishing, motion picture and social communities all kind of meshed into one experience."

    NYT > Home Page

  • So that kind of meshed together -- and then I started listening to more progressive kraut music, y'know, repetitious stuff, and African music and really finding major similarities in repetition in music from different parts of the world.

    Vice Magazine

  • Asplund says that to get the full benefit of the supergrid, it will need to be a "meshed" network that could cope with the failure of a line by diverting power automatically to its destination via other lines.

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  • "The days kind of meshed in one another and you didn't really know what day of the week it was unless there was a TV show on that you knew would be on at a certain night," forward Natalie Darwitz said.

    Sportsnet.ca - Sports News

  • "The days kind of meshed in one another and you didn't really know what day of the week it was unless there was a TV show on that you knew would be on at a certain night," forward Natalie Darwitz said.

    Sportsnet.ca - Sports News

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