Who are the vetted rebels trained in Saudi Arabia meant to fight?
Hosts are vetted carefully, both for their cooking and entertaining skills.
No one is vetted in the manner that Beinart seems to think Booker should when dealing with Hecht and Boteach.
As best as such guerrilla wars allow, the information was vetted and checked and calibrated to the greatest, most honest degrees.
The network—where GOP candidates are vetted and legitimized—never forgave him.
Because I vetted each of the chapters relating to every single person who was mentioned, there will be no surprises.
Obama made final edits on the nine-minute statement, which had been vetted by almost all his senior advisers.
If the dear girl wanted to keep the thing we would have it vetted, definitely named, and warned as to followers.
"Oh, you've been vetted, there's no question of that," she agreed thoughtfully.
Uncle Roger had it vetted on the defence side, and so far it could stand a siege.
1862, shortened form of veterinarian.
1848, shortened form of veteran.
"to submit (an animal) to veterinary care," 1891, from veterinarian. The colloquial sense of "subject to careful examination" (as of an animal by a veterinarian, especially of a horse before a race) is first attested 1904, in Kipling. Related: Vetted; vetting.
: the vet producer of scouting plays
A veteran, esp a former member of the armed forces: I'm a combat vet (1869+)
Veterinary: the vet school
A veterinarian (1862+)
To examine closely; scrutinize critically: Random House plans a review of its procedures for ''vetting'' or checking a book prior to publication/ The hosts are a carefully vetted collection of bubble brains (1904+)
[verb sense fr the close examination of an animal by a veterinarian]