If the traders require a dry-nurse system, let them formulate one in place of the one sketched above.
You are doomed to dry-nurse Martin for life, whether he wants you or no.
With a Konigseck to dry-nurse him, may not Royal Highness, luck favoring, do very well?
I am not going to dry-nurse a girl at the age of fifty-four.
Keep the nurse here as dry-nurse so that she may not carry the infection elsewhere.
The gaunt weaver was dry-nurse at Cauldstaneslap, and the bairns loved him dearly.
“He appears to be a kind of dry-nurse to you,” said the judge, rising.
And now it had been of little use to take a dry-nurse in her place, for Andree did not cease shrieking from morning till night.
To prune feeble plants and shrubs is like acting the part of dry-nurse to a sickly orphan.
My dry-nurse never desires anything of me that is not reasonable, and for my own good; and therefore I like to be with him.
dry nurse n.
A nurse employed to care for but not breast-feed an infant.