Examples of nanny in a Sentence
When I was growing up, I had a nanny.
wrote a memoir recounting her days as a nanny for the rich and often indiscreet
Recent Examples of nanny from the Web
Petty also posted photos of herself with her older sister, 42-year-old Adria, her former nanny, Mimi, and pictures of her father that were posted up around the space.
The dog fight has drawn fire on both sides, from concerns of safety and irresponsible owners to cries of a nanny state and allegations of dog hating.
The estranged couple made international headlines in 1974 after their nanny, Sandra Rivett, 29, was found bludgeoned to death in their five-story townhouse.
She is surrounded by a nasty ex-husband, a secretive nanny, a lying assistant and people who resent Jane’s TV work.
The targeted nanny, Ferrai Pickett, has a degree in early-childhood education and plans to teach preschool or kindergarten eventually.
Before long, the arrests spread from the tenants to their nannies, guards, laundresses, and stairwell cleaners.
Instead, Alonso was told she should have applied for the type of visa normally used by foreign au pairs or nannies.
Both his nanny and his cleaning woman were denied entrance at different times.
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First Known Use: 1785See Words from the same year
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