babysitter

IPA: bˈeɪbisɪtɝ

noun

  • A person who cares for one or more babies or children for a short period of time in place of their legal guardians.
  • (derogatory) An individual who has to watch or attend to anything or anyone unnecessarily closely; a coddler or handholder.

baby sitter

IPA: bˈeɪbisɪtɝ

noun

  • (rare) Alternative spelling of babysitter [A person who cares for one or more babies or children for a short period of time in place of their legal guardians.]

baby-sitter

IPA: bˈeɪbisɪtɝ

noun

  • Alternative spelling of babysitter [A person who cares for one or more babies or children for a short period of time in place of their legal guardians.]

Examples of "babysitter" in Sentences

  • I'm a builder, not a babysitter.
  • I'm not that article's babysitter.
  • I'm an arbitrator, not a babysitter.
  • The Babysitter and the Man Upstairs.
  • Floyd acts as a babysitter for the babies.
  • Chubba is the teen babysitter of the Jenkins kids.
  • And no your not a babysitter, you are an administrator.
  • The individual was the babysitter of the Morris family.
  • The nominated article is The Babysitter and the Man Upstairs.
  • Babysitter John Ward pushed the six month old girl into a scalding hot bath.
  • That babysitter is getting out of the hospital soon and going into rehabilitation.
  • But a couple of days before the Today show aired I called our babysitter and finally told her the news.
  • But, Kyra, what's interesting about this case is this will remind many people in Detroit, Michigan, of what they call the babysitter case.
  • The babysitter is booked, and Shawn has decided that what she really wants is a place that will serve plentiful Margaritas and fried icecream.
  • April's usual babysitter is in the hospital, so she decides it's best to have her three-year-old daughter close by, watching children's videos in the office, while she works.
  • I'm not proud of that, but when I realize I'm actually a little early heading home and that the babysitter is still there for another half hour, I have pulled over to a parking space to get some reading done.
  • Park around here means you might get shot … tv as babysitter is always wrong, tv as family time activity after chores and homework is fine – but Bones, NCIS – that is not appropriate for all ages – and to the 14 yr old – really not for you

Examples of "baby-sitter" in Sentences

  • Or go home and be with the baby-sitter after school.
  • At the first public telephone booth, I stopped and called our baby-sitter.
  • Growing up, Ms. Flint's longtime baby-sitter had a son with cerebral palsy.
  • Hiring Teenagers:For many mothers, the very word baby-sitter means hiring a teenager.
  • One February night, when I had Brian with me and had left Melanie with your baby-sitter, Liza played with matches.
  • No one can end for me that night I watched you being helped down the ladder, watched you and Liza and the baby-sitter.
  • “Liza could brag about her experience with fire, too—how she and her sister had escaped with their baby-sitter through a third-floor window, but a playmate had hidden in a closet and died.”
  • While the part of my brain normally responsible for this awareness has taken a leave of absence, I have to recruit another part of my brain to be my own baby-sitter, to monitor my every move and to chime in whenever I need prompting.
  • Melinda, her reliable and religious baby-sitter, of the mousy brown hair and conservative clothing, now of the flower-like lily limbs and void of clothing of any kind, writhing religiously on their beige living-room couch like an octopus, being devoured by her shirtless husband, their faces lifting and meeting, mouths plastering and coming apart, gasps and moans inaudible above the high-powered shouting of the rock stars on the stereo.

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