Examples of veteran in a Sentence
a veteran of the political scene
He's a 10-year veteran with the team.
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Now, Lamont faces perhaps his most unpredictable debate foe yet Thursday night, one who political veterans say has much more to gain than lose with an aggressive performance: Joe Ganim.
Prosecutors say Nebergall, an 11-year veteran of the sheriff’s office, encountered the woman while investigating her apparent dispute with a landlord early on the morning of July 21, 2016.
In 2015, Obama received pushback from Republicans and some veterans for not acting quickly to order flags at half-staff to honor the five service members killed in a shooting at a military site in Chattanooga, Tennessee in July 2015.
Whiteside, a longtime veteran of American Express, (axp, +1.00%) will be in charge of Walmart’s efforts to win new shoppers and make sure the expansion of e-commerce does not create new frictions for customers.
The company also erected a tent roughly the length of two football fields behind its factory to assemble Model 3 sedans, an idea that some auto industry veterans derided as crazy.
Evans is a veteran of nine NBA seasons, having played for the Sacramento Kings (twice), New Orleans Pelicans and Memphis Grizzlies.
Some savvy hip-hop veterans also make cameos behind the boards in DJ Premier, No I.D., Three 6 Mafia's DJ Paul and many more.
But combat veteran and Harley low-rider owner Shawn Moss said the president deserves respect.
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VETERAN Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of veteran for English Language Learners
: someone who fought in a war as a soldier, sailor, etc.
: someone who has a lot of experience in a particular activity, job, etc.
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