- v. Simple past tense and past participle of jet.
“Water jetted from the stump of its neck and ran down its shoulders and chest.”
“Flap pockets add a little bulk to a jacket, which is why dinner jackets, aiming to look sleek, bear the subtler "jetted" slit pockets; the jet is the narrow tape, usually in satin, sewn around the pocket edge.”
“Yesterday I "jetted" off to Manchester to speak at an event sponsored by the MIDAS group.”
“It's not that the deer was lost -- that happens -- it's that Pawlenty left "the little people" to look for it while he jetted off to the next political function on his calendar.”
“Oprah Winfrey jetted in last October to produce a show on Fairfield's meditators.”
“No, he jetted to Simi Valley, California, so that he could expound upon his unequaled executive experience in the Republican presidential debate.”
“Kunis jetted down to Greenville, N.C., to accompany Sgt.”
“Not surprising: Romney jetted in on a Boeing 737 shades of Air Force One?”
“With Miami ahead by four and less than two minutes remaining in overtime, Evans knocked the ball loose from one Miami ball-handler, went and stole the ball from the Miami player who collected the loose ball and then jetted downcourt for a transition lay-up.”
“After putting the call out to the world, 10 applicants were jetted to Harlem for a selecting process.”
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