Examples of veteran in a Sentence
a veteran of the political scene
He's a 10-year veteran with the team.
Recent Examples of veteran from the Web
Uber has appointed a U.K. banking veteran as chairman of its British operations, bolstering its governance as the ride-hailing firm appeals a decision by London’s top transportation regulator to revoke its operating license.
In 1990, 40% of young Americans had a military veteran for a parent
The restaurant’s managing partner and general manager is Giorgio Tegami, a 30-year restaurant veteran who was born in Milan, Italy, and has lived in Carlsbad for many years.
Independent Jacob Turk, 61, is a veteran and business owner who ran unsuccessfully for Congress six times as a Republican against Democratic U.S. Rep. Emanuel Cleaver.
Nugent, after all, is a veteran who has kicked in all sorts of conditions.
But former Trump transition officials and lobbyists defend Hartnett White as a veteran regulator and fault her critics for ignoring her record.
The veteran stage actress is fresh off a turn as Julius Caesar in a controversial Shakespeare in the Park production
Meghan Markle was born in California and is the daughter of two film industry veterans.
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Synonymsdoyen, old hand, old-timer, stager, vet, warhorse
Antonymsbeginner, colt, fledgling, freshman, greenhorn, neophyte, newbie, newcomer, novice, recruit, rookie, tenderfoot, tyro
Related Wordsdoyenne; adept, dab hand [chiefly British], expert, guru, hand, master, maven (also mavin), past master, pro, professional
Near Antonymsapprentice, cub; boot, novitiate; amateur, dilettante; learner, student, trainee; candidate, entrant, probationer
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