OTHER WORDS FROM caretakercaretaking, noun
How to use caretaker in a sentence
Twice a week, nearly every clinical caretaker is tested with a nasal swab.
In the software industry, Salesforce’s Slack acquisition is exceeded only by IBM’s mega-purchase of cloud caretaker Red Hat for $34 billion in 2018.
He had three more occasions, while working on the extinction list, to startle caretakers with the news that they were managing catastrophically rare plants.How passion, luck and sweat saved some of North America’s rarest plants|Susan Milius|November 5, 2020|Science News
A mother in Phoenix asked for a caretaker to help her 41-year-old son at night.Editors’ Note: Why We Investigated the Treatment of People With Developmental Disabilities|by T. Christian Miller, ProPublica, and Jill Jorden Spitz, Arizona Daily Star|November 5, 2020|ProPublica
When his 5-month-old sister began to cry, a caretaker held her out of sight of the friends and colleagues who had gathered.
And the caretaking is all part of the “going for a broken person” and trying to fix them.
To have been caretaking and managing the complicated medical issues, to be with Teddy every second, was just draining.
They left the woman to lock up the house and return to her caretaking, and started off up the street.Mrs. Vanderstein's jewels|Mrs. Charles Bryce
It was a caretaking like the sudden stilling of the tempest that came to the little household.The Wizard's Daughter and Other Stories|Margaret Collier Graham
At one stroke half the labour and all the anxiety of domestic caretaking will be annihilated.Civilisation: Its Cause and Cure|Edward Carpenter
Best of all, she would regather during the hour not a little strength to be used later in the caretaking of her children.Farm Boys and Girls|William Arch McKeever
The Convention was composed of the most orderly, caretaking and reputable of men, and the author of the draught was one of them.The Mystery of the Pinckney Draught|Charles C. Nott