caretaker

[ kair-tey-ker ]SEE DEFINITION OF caretaker

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CARETAKER

Mrs. Elwood tells me that she informed the caretaker yesterday of our coming.

This caretaker was a man, but with all the housekeeping ability of a woman.

He went to the factory, demanded his children, and assaulted the caretaker.

The house was shut up, and the caretaker had mislaid her address.

I engaged him to be the foreman of our lightermen, and caretaker of our jetty.

He had convinced the caretaker that everything was all right and he was quite at home.

He was the caretaker, she knew, for the family was down South.

Beyond the trees was a great house, shut up now, and in the hands of a caretaker.

Perhaps you would like to get out and walk about the piazza while I speak with the caretaker.

"I think these two boys may have money coming to them," the caretaker replied.

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