verb (used without object), ba·by-sat, ba·by-sit·ting.
verb (used with object), ba·by-sat, ba·by-sit·ting.
Origin of baby-sit
Related formsba·by-sit·ter, ba·by·sit·ter, noun
Examples from the Web for babysat
In 1983, Romney was a ward bishop, and the mother, Peggie Hayes, was a 23-year-old single mom who babysat for his kids.Why Is the Mormon Church Getting Out of the Adoption Business?|Kathryn Joyce|June 23, 2014|DAILY BEAST
I was lucky the folk singer Judy Collins babysat for me and instilled in me an early passion for music.
But calling your sister-in-law, who babysat seven of your kids all day, and complaining?