Definition of sitter
: one that sits: such asa : a person who sits for a portrait or a bustb : a person who babysits
Examples of sitter in a Sentence
They hired a sitter so they could go out.
we'll be going to the movie if we can get a sitter for the kids
Recent Examples of sitter from the Web
For years, the American Red Cross has trained legions of young baby sitters in the basics of child care and the entrepreneurial skills needed to build a small business.
The hotel also offers complimentary Tesla rides for guests (or a valet for your bike), and pet-friendly rooms — so spend your dog-sitter fund on more pampering.
Mitch McConnell can now offer the $202 billion difference as concessions to Republican fence-sitters, most likely in the form of programs to combat opioid addiction.
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Everything is designed to look legitimate to entice pet sitters into accepting the job.
A handful of more senior line sitters help handle the flow of emails and phone calls from customers.
Of course, babysitting services and sitters affiliated with hotels are always great options:
This is about more than a date night or having a baby-sitter more often.
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First Known Use of sitter
Definition of Sitter
Willem de 1872–1934 Dutch astronomer
SITTER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of sitter for English Language Learners
: a person who takes care of a child while the child's parents are away
: a person who poses for a portrait or photograph
SITTER Defined for Kids
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