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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of valet.


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  • A lady blessed with a scientific husband, who certainly did not take much notice whether he was 'valeted' or not, once complained to his man of his neglect in this particular.

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  • Harvath valeted his car and checked into his room.

    Foreign Influence

  • Once they arrived at the correct house one street over they re-valeted and were disappointed all night by the wine selections…

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  • Before our handover to you, your American vehicle will have been professionally valeted, tax disc placed in the windscreen, filled with fuel and given a pre delivery inspection.

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  • I valeted my ride, and told the parking attendant to chill for a second while I ran in.

    The Forever Game

  • And cheaper than putting the car in a lot if you're not in a position to have it valeted or arrive early enough to find parking about four or five blocks away from the Catedral.

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  • Then I found the man that had valeted Scudder, and pumped him, but I could see he suspected nothing.

    The Thirty-Nine Steps

  • We quickly valeted the car and were immediately greeted and seated.

    A Night On Melrose

  • He was staying at the Marriott, the nicest one, and valeted the car and ushered her into the lobby with a hand at the small of her back.

    Devil's Bargain

  • Having seen her settled where Francis Wilmot put his clothes out to be valeted in days when he had worn them, Fleur passed back into the bedroom, and again closed the door.

    The Silver Spoon


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