American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. Slang A vice president.
- From a colloquial/humorous pronunciation of the abbreviation VP. (Wiktionary)
- Pronunciation of VP, abbr. of vice president. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“And Heidi, next hour we're going to take a look at some of the big players on the GOP side of what we call the veep stakes.”
“Their continued threats that Obama "better pick Hillary" as his veep is just childish and moronic.”
“He ran against one of the most experienced incumbent president of the century: a two-term veep, former head of the CIA and incumbent president who presided masterfully over the end of the Cold War.”
“A friend of mine called the veep decision an "impulse purchase," a decision made almost entirely on a whim.”
“When the veep is under investigation, along with half of the rest of the higher-ups, that says something about the administration.”
“Barring some VP substitution scenario, we know going in that no sitting president or veep is running for re-election.”
“Indeed …. we all bend over backwards not to spread the rumor he is a muslim … .. check he calls our veep a pig and the media and certain blogger's response”
“Everyone above assistant is addressed as Mr. or Ms., and a junior employee, no matter how senior, never, ever, calls a veep by his or her first name.”
“If my respect for Mr. Gore is well-founded, he would not care that accepting the veep is a "step down" careerwise.”
“I'm not sure whether making her speech into a big women's rights event makes it appear more or less likely that the veep is a woman.”
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