baby-sat baby-sat


  1. (v) take watchful responsibility for
  2. (v) work or act as a baby-sitter

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  1. His high school librarian, his 4-H adviser, the mother of the children for whom he baby-sat in Boardman, Ohio, all stand ready to attest to his moral fitness.
  2. Chmura also knew at least one person among the partyers: the alleged victim had baby-sat at his home.
  3. Michael didn't make real headlines until 1997, when he was accused of having conducted a five-year affair with a girl who baby-sat for his three children.



  1. "To think that literally the kid used to run around my house when I was a player, and my wife baby-sat him many times," Kubiak said. "All of the sudden, the kid grows up, wins a national championship, and now he's here fighting for a job in...
    on Aug 9, 2007 By: Gary Kubiak Source: Dallas Morning News

  2. "The government lacks faith in itself and wants to be baby-sat by the US army," said Mahmoud Othman, a veteran and influential MP who freely admits that his feelings as a Kurd are different from his feelings as an Iraqi.
    on Aug 8, 2008 By: Mahmoud Othman Source: CounterPunch

  3. "I kind of baby-sat a lot," Rosanna says.
    on Apr 7, 2008 By: Rosanna Arquette Source:

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