encounters[ en-koun-ter ]SEE DEFINITION OF encounters
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ENCOUNTERS
Licorice Stick's encounters with "sperrits" had never brought him a cent.
In these encounters the British lost three aircraft of various types.
Men like him are so rare that it is not unnatural to doubt them when one encounters them.
True, so far as their encounters were concerned, Fairfield had not been encouraging.
These two encounters represented what he understood war to be.
They have been badly defeated in the three encounters they have had with the Solarite so far.
In one of these encounters, however, I chanced to be of some service to him.
Their losses in the last two encounters had been too great for them to show the least mercy.
There were encounters with the troops, and some blood was shed.
But one or two encounters have taken place to prove the exception.