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 babysitter
Shooting a man for texting his babysitter from a movie theater.
I'll have fun being an aunt, or a parents' friend, or an occasional babysitter on my friends' date nights.
We have a dog son and we can at least leave him at home all day and not worry about a babysitter.
Last year Berry accused Aubry in court of attacking the babysitter who held Nahla in her arms during a visitation pickup.
Don took the kids to California, with his assistant Megan acting as babysitter.‘Mad Men’ Premiere: Before Season 5, Let's Remember Season 4|Jace Lacob|March 22, 2012|DAILY BEAST
It was now after school or this babysitter would not have been there, which brings us to 3:30 perhaps.
I changed clothes to a suit from slacks, and went to the house of my babysitter.