housemother : Definition, Usages, News and More

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  • n  a woman employed as a chaperon in a residence for young people

  • But she forged a mid-life revival, working as a fraternity housemother and the manager of a nursing home.
  • There will be no housemother, though a male university administrator, who now lives in the house as a "resident assistant," will continue to oversee its activities.
  • The man whose keen eyes noticed the slip was Larry Parnes, impresario, housemother, and guiding light of one of the strangest firms in show business.
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  • Cheers and Jeers for Monday, Sept. 30
    Cheers to the soldiers and crew for the excellent musical production at the U.S. Army Soldier Show. It was a job well done. God bless you all. Cheers to Debbie Inman, who is housemother, cheerleader and problem solver to the staff at the Spa Fitness & Wellness Center on Bragg Boulevard.
    Sept. 30, 2013 - The Fayetteville Observer

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