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verb as in authorize, entrust

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Kelsey Lindsey, associate editorIn 2016, I was shamed by a buddy for wearing a running vest during a race with aid stations.

Yes, $199 is a lot for a vest, but the Approach is worth it because it’s the only one you’ll need this winter.

If you’re an employee at a chain, it doesn’t matter what logo is on your vest—your job is not assured.

From Fortune

We rounded up some of the best weighted vests on the market.

Simply slip on the vest as you go about your usual activities—whether that’s a casual walk in the park or an intense cardio session—and you’ll torch more calories, while building up endurance.

He wore white gloves, a dignified long black coat, and matching pants and vest, and he carried a dark walking stick.

Other officials told reporters that searchers also spotted a life vest and baggage in the water.

One is reported to have blown himself up, along with many victims, but detonating a suicide vest.

In the most recent image posted by her mother, Kristina is wearing a black vest over her skinny shoulders.

The news reports quoted him as saying he wore the vest to celebrate Sunday Mass in Apatzingán.

In a short time the pockets were all as full as they could hold—coat, vest, and trousers.

Ward sat back in his swivel chair, hooked his thumbs into the arm holes of his vest and beamed.

He took one up, eased a stray safety match from his vest pocket, flicked it with his fingernail, and lit up.

Ghurri-Wurri wore tattered white baggy trousers, vest and cloak, a turban and black goggles.

It is of carmine silk damask with gold thread, and the inner vest is of white lawn.


On this page you'll find 29 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to vest, such as: bestow, confer, empower, endow, belong, and consign.

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