Meat, meet and mete are homophones, i.e, words which sound the same but have entirely different meanings. The flesh of an animal is termed as meat and it is conventionally used while referring to the flesh of an animal which is considered edible for human consumption .
Meet means to come into proximity with someone and is also used while referring to a gathering of people.
Mete is the act of rendering punishment or justice.
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