Crossword clues for vet
- One testing woofers?
- One who might care for a sick cat
- Fixer, perhaps
- One thanked in the statement "Thank you for your service"
- Good job for an animal-loving ex-G.I.?
- Professional fixer
- One who might drug a boxer
- A person who has served in the armed forces
- Old Philadelphia stadium, informally, with "the"
- Examine thoroughly
- Fido's doc
- Old hand
- Old pro
- Doc for pets
- Doggy doc
- Doc for Dobbin
- Inspect as an expert
- Dachshund doc
- Investigate thoroughly
- Medic for Man o' War
- Malemute's medic
- Fido's dr.
- Former G.I.
- Hero of "All Things Bright . . . "
- Legionnaire, e.g.
- War pilot today
- Race-track employee, for short
- Old soldier
- Examine expertly
- Old-timer, for short
- J. Herriot, for one
- D.A.V. member
- Pet's medic
- Grognard, for short
- D.V.M. holder
- A.L. member
- James Herriot, for one
- Holder of a D.V.M.
- Animal Dr.
- Doggie doc
- Experienced G.I.
- He treats pets
- James Herriot, e.g.
- Doc of the bay?
- Nov. honoree
- Doberman doc
- Certain doc
- Dog doc
- Animal doc
- November honoree
- Doc for a boxer
- Chow checker
- Check for accuracy
- Fido fixer
- Ribbon wearer, sometimes
- 11/11 honoree
- Spot checker?
- Chow fixer
- American Legion member
- Dobbin's doc
- В В Lab examiner
- One who looks Rover over
- Wormer, say
- Thoroughly investigate
- November 11 honoree
- Member of a post
- Lab inspector?
- Clinic worker
- Boxer's handler?
- One likely to have pet peeves?
- Nov. parade figure
- Do a background check on
- A.S.P.C.A. worker
- Doctor whose patients never pay the bills
- Cat scanner?
- Examine carefully
- Cur curer
- One who frequently sees Spots, for short
- Rookie's mentor, maybe
- Hound doc
- Liz of "Garfield," e.g.
- Nov. 11 honoree
- One calling the shots?
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
1862, shortened form of veterinarian.
"to submit (an animal) to veterinary care," 1891, from veterinarian. The colloquial sense of "subject (something) to careful examination" (as of an animal by a veterinarian, especially of a horse before a race) is attested by 1901. Related: Vetted; vetting.
1848, shortened form of veteran (n.).
Etymology 1 n. (context colloquial English) A veterinarian or veterinary surgeon. Etymology 2
n. (context colloquial US English) A veteran (a former soldier or other member of an armed forces). Etymology 3
vb. To thoroughly check or investigate particularly with regard to providing formal approval.
Vet, VET or the Vet may refer to:
- Veterinary physician, a professional who treats disease, disorder and injury in animals
- Veterinary medicine, the branch of science that deals with animals
- Veteran, a person with long experience in a particular area, most often in military service during wartime
- Veterans Stadium, informally "The Vet", a sports stadium in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
- Vet River, South Africa
- Finnish Board of Film Classification (Finnish: ), an institution of the Finnish Ministry of Education
- Venezuelan Standard Time, UTC-04:00 timezone
- Vocational education and training, prepares trainees for jobs that are based on manual or practical activities
- Sebastian Vettel, a German F1 driver
Usage examples of "vet".
The vet prescribed antibiotics and showed Linda how to clean the eye with a cotton ball and a solution of boric acid.
Keeping his eyes on the Way, Darr Veter stretched out his hand and turned a lever to point M, ensuring himself solitude for meditation.
The woman seated at the nearest desk raised her head and Darr Veter recognized the thick, widely separated eyebrows and the sweet, narrow face with its grey eyes.
Mven Mass laughed so heartily and frankly that Darr Veter could feel his liking for the man growing fast.
Veda Kong, at a sign from Darr Veter, stood before the screen on a gleaming round metal dais.
At a sign from Veda Kong, Darr Veter pressed a button and a huge globe rose up beside her.
Veda Kong turned away from the screen into which she had been staring as though hypnotized and cast an inquiring glance at Darr Veter.
The bronze gong sounded as Darr Veter turned over the lever that switched off the stream of transmitted energy.
They appeared and disappeared so quickly that even such trained observers as Junius Antus and Darr Veter had difficulty in following the meaning of them.
Veda Kong whispered to Darr Veter that she would never forget that night.
Veda Kong and Darr Veter were standing on the little round flying platform as it swept slowly over the endless steppes.
The shock absorbers took the shock and the recoil threw Veda Kong and Darr Veter out on to the hill-side where they landed in a clump of stiff bushes.
Veda, with a sly glint in her eyes, held her hand out to Darr Veter and lie lifted her out of the Lushes with an easy movement.
Veda lay down in the shade of a bush and Darr Veter began to study the causes of the mishap.
The finds in the Scythian grave mound were some-tiling that Darr Veter, too, would never forget.