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Synonyms for encounter

battle with

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meeting

Synonyms for encounter

to come up against

to meet face-to-face, especially defiantly

to enter into conflict with

a face-to-face, usually hostile meeting

a brief, hostile exposure to or contact with something such as danger or opposition

Synonyms for encounter

a minor short-term fight

a casual or unexpected convergence

a casual meeting with a person or thing

a hostile disagreement face-to-face

come upon, as if by accident

be beset by

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experience as a reaction

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contend against an opponent in a sport, game, or battle

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