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noun as in caretaker

noun as in model

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A house sitter is the obvious solution, but recently de-socialized by pandemic isolation, Teddy started growling at her.

Nor was the need to start boarding them in a kennel’s high-security wing until we found a different sitter.

Like a lot of successful startups, Rover—an app for booking pet sitters and dog walkers—has a plan for its international expansion.

From Quartz

The sitters at the table closed their eyes and placed their fingers lightly on the glass.

The Freedom eschews the spring-loaded mechanism in other office chairs that require sitters to apply constant force to remain reclined.

From Time

He wanted to design a seat that allowed its sitter to perch and pivot while chatting on the phone.

These days, Roney has a full-time sitter (55-60 hours per week) who earns in the mid five figures.

Jordan is the kind of place where one can get into a cab and your driver will become a good friend and occasional cat-sitter.

Samaras rarely got an outright “no” from a sitter, but some people kept postponing their appearances.

She also immediately quit foursquare and hired a house sitter.

See that your sitter is in as comfortable a position as you can get him into, so that the pose can be held easily.

He has a sitter at three—a lady of the highest society, who wishes her visits to remain unsuspected.

On the stroke of eleven the first sitter arrived, who was succeeded by another an hour later.

So then I went to the home of the person I normally have for a baby-sitter.

Meanwhile the Moor sat down to smoke in such a position that he could see both painter and sitter.


On this page you'll find 131 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to sitter, such as: curator, custodian, janitor, keeper, superintendent, and supervisor.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.