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house sitter

noun

Definition of HOUSE SITTER

:  a person who occupies a dwelling to provide security and maintenance while the tenant is away
house–sit \ˈha(s)-ˌsit\ intransitive verb
house–sit·ting \-ˌsi-tiŋ\ noun

First Known Use of HOUSE SITTER

1966

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