Examples of janitor in a Sentence
got a job as the night janitor at the elementary school
according to popular Christian tradition, St. Peter acts as janitor at heaven's pearly gates
Recent Examples of janitor from the Web
Friday evening’s performance will feature local actors Eric Richardson as Edwin Booth; Rob Tucker as Pete, the stage-hand; and Jacob Bensen as Elmer, the janitor.
The state auditor’s report showed that UC locations had contracted work for valets, food-service workers, valets, janitors, security personnel, and at UC Davis Health, billing coders and medical scribes.
In Chicago, a janitor and three teachers at the Rogers Park Day Care Center were accused of boiling and eating babies.
The arena was quiet now, the seating bowl empty save for a sparse procession of janitors and operations staffers shuffling through the aisles.
Once word got out, all those years of being a good teammate, of treating people well—the media, the operations staff, the janitor—came circling back.
The bottom line is that the Rauners, Pritzkers and Kanyes of the world will pay the same rate as the CPS janitors—for at least another two years.
Similarly, Yakov Smirnoff worked as the club janitor for two years before getting top billing.
When we were first introduced to the Black Hood, fan theories about his identity were varied, but what seemed pretty universal was that nobody was really satisfied — or convinced — that the villain was indeed creepy janitor Joseph Svenson.
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JANITOR Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of janitor for English Language Learners
: a person who cleans a building and makes minor repairs
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