Hiel considered himself as the provisional owner and care-taker of the town of Poganuc.
The care-taker and his wife declared they would live there no longer.
And the usually timid country girl entered into her new rôle of care-taker with extraordinary zest.
They only had the care-taker and her husband and these men on the place.
Tim Brady, the care-taker, would bring him food at stated intervals.
When they went to the Cove the house would be in charge of a care-taker.
A poor little boy lived there with only the care-taker and another servant.
I suppose you are Mrs. Lankton, the care-taker,' I said, as cheerfully as I could.
The mission is guarded by a care-taker, living in the premises of what remains of the old mission orchard.
The house was in charge of a Chaukidar (care-taker, porter or watchman) when it was vacant.