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How to use VIP in a sentence

The VIP's thought that the native population should be aware of it.
TO CHOKE AN OCEANJESSE F. (JESSE FRANKLIN) BONE
Goil then excused himself coldly and left for the VIP quarters.
JACK OF NO TRADESCHARLES COTTRELL
Now that I've hanswered all you vant to know, you von't vip me any more, vill you?
THE GOLD HUNTER'S ADVENTURESWILLIAM H. THOMES
These exercises executed with vim, vigor, and vip—deep breathing between each set—will take ten to fifteen minutes.
DIET AND HEALTHLULU HUNT PETERS
Chermany cannot be vip, but Ameriga shall down mit her knees go, und Chermany shall says vords dot Ameriga does not like to hear.
DAVE DARRIN AND THE GERMAN SUBMARINESH. IRVING HANCOCK
And, from the woods, came the mellow whinnying of a herd of vip, the wool of which is highly valued for weaving.
OF ALL THINGSROBERT C. BENCHLEY
Discreetly avoiding the wine list, Sextus dined well, noting several movie stars and other vip's in the crowded dining room.
FORSYTE'S RETREATWINSTON MARKS
There's always something that has to be picked up personally, usually an interview with some VIP traveling through.
FOUR-DAY PLANETHENRY BEAM PIPER
You and all the rest of the newshawks who were here and any fifty VIP's you want to invite.
THE GALAXY PRIMESEDWARD ELMER SMITH
SYNONYM OF THE DAY
JULY 24, 2021
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WORDS RELATED TO VIP

  • VIP
  • celebrity
  • dignitary
  • heavyweight
  • household name
  • luminary
  • name
  • notable
  • one
  • person of note
  • personage
  • public figure
  • so-and-so
  • some person
  • someone
  • star
  • superstar
  • whoever
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