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  • v. Present participle of valet.


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  • Despite the fact that the neat correctness of Pearson's style and the finished expression of his neat face suggested that he was of a class which knew with the most finished exactness all that custom and propriety demanded on any occasion on which "valeting" in its most occult branches might be done, he was only "another fellow," after all, and must be human.

    T. Tembarom

  • But now, locals in Los Angeles are valeting their vehicles at hotels just to "visit the restaurant," and we're ranking the top 12 hotel restaurants in which to do so.

    LA Hotel Restaurants: 12 Meals Worth A Bite

  • But a road accident had left him with a disability and he hadn't taken to new starts in telesales and car valeting.

    Embrace the grey workforce, scheme urges employers

  • “Entrepreneur Rik Hellewell, owner of 15-year-old professional oven-valeting firm Ovenu, has some advice for Prime Minister Gordon Brown: find out what the real people are talking about in the real world”

    Archive 2009-06-01

  • Some silly commercials featuring a hipster Santa valeting his reindeer and working as a DJ.

    Christmas Link Roundup Part 6

  • Other career highlights include valeting Jake "The Snake" Roberts at a show in Croydon, defeating Simply Luscious when they competed in Erin Angel's home town of Southampton, and competing in France's Queens of Chaos promotion with some big name female wrestlers.

    Archive 2007-05-01

  • She got the name Love from valeting for Eddie Cobain.

    Female Wrestler: "Supermodel" Amy Love

  • He had about as much gift of the gab as a hippopotamus, and was not a great hand at valeting, but I knew I could count on his loyalty.

    The Thirty-Nine Steps

  • I think that in all the medley of grotesque, of tragic, of baffling, strange and perilous experiences in that underground world none was more bizarre than this — valeting.

    The Moon Pool

  • I didn't say it, since I didn't think it was my place, but wondered if Jeeves had gone into valeting out of desperation.

    Wake Up, Sir!


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  • "He had about as much gift of the gab as a hippopotamus, and was not a great hand at valeting, but I knew I could count on his loyalty."

    - John Buchan, 'The Thirty-Nine Steps'.

    August 28, 2009