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A.Word.A.Daywith Anu Garg
1. A meeting at an agreed time and place.
2. A prearranged meeting place.
3. A popular gathering place: haunt.
verb tr., intr.:
To meet at a prearranged time or place.
From French rendez-vous (present yourselves), imperative of rendre (to present) + vous (you). Earliest documented use: 1556.
"When Zina's husband falls for the ballerina, the two women connive to trick him, disguising the wife as the potential lover for a rendezvous."
Brian Seibert; Playing Up The Humor When Fools Fall in Love; The New York Times; May 31, 2012.
See more usage examples of rendezvous in Vocabulary.com's dictionary.
A THOUGHT FOR TODAY:Since my house burned down / I now own a better view / of the rising moon. -Mizuta Masahide, poet and samurai (1657-1723)