from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • n. A video jockey.

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  • n. Someone who presents a television programme of videos; a video jockey.
  • v. To work as a video jockey; to present videos.


from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

v(ideo) + (d)eejay.

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video +‎ deejay ; from vee and jay for V and J in video and jockey


  • The network birthed a breed of celebrity far cooler than the conventional disc jockey: the video jockey, better known as the veejay.

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  • In the series, a visa-less New York-based Pakistani banker and his fiancée played by one of Pakistan's most popular male actors, Humayun Saeed, and former MTV Pakistan veejay Mahira Khan offer to pay a Pakistani-American acquaintance for her hand in marriage in an effort to gain a green card.

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  • Daly, the late-night talk show host and former MTV veejay, first thought it might be "gimmicky" but ultimately found it to be "a great idea in an American Idol world."

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  • A ditzy blond veejay in a halter and shorts exclaimed when she saw the iconic Parliament clock, "Look, there's Big Bob."

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  • The site even has an MTV ex-anchor at the helm: Quddus, a former veejay.

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  • The monitors went black and the veejay turned to Emerson, who had almost burst out laughing when he saw Tony in the crown but was now angry enough to focus.


  • The veejay had one more trapdoor to spring under Emerson.


  • The veejay gave Emerson the reassuring smile a coach would give a Little Leaguer who had just screwed up an easy play and reached over and squeezed his hand.


  • All of this was delivered by the veejay–who referred constantly to an autocue–as a lesson he had to teach the delinquent Emerson.


  • “What do you think, Emerson Cutler?” the veejay said.



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