house sitter

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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: sitter - a custodian who lives in and cares for a house while the regular occupant is away (usually without an exchange of money)
custodian, keeper, steward - one having charge of buildings or grounds or animals
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True, you may have to revise your plans or find a house sitter today.
The residents of the home were on vacation, and a house sitter reported the fire.
Anybody looking for a good laugh better avoid this one and watch Trainwreck again or Goldie's classics like Death Becomes Her or The House Sitter.
But before he leaves, he appears to notice the video camera, which was set up by a house sitter to watch the homeowners' cats while the homeowners were away, police said.
This abbreviated and somewhat cryptic message from my house sitter was not really the one I was hoping to receive while making my slow way around the Aegean coast last month.
Typically, a house sitter takes care of the house when the owners leave for a vacation, in exchange for staying at the property.
A final option would be to organise a house sitter.
In the 13th novel from the Sunday Times bestselling writer, we're introduced to chef and house sitter Holly Brown.
That doesn't surprise May, who also recommends exploring options such as having a house sitter stay with your pet.
Responding to an advert wanting a house sitter in Saltburn, she packs up her little car with the bare essentials and her 18-month-old daughter Emmeline and heads up north.
A CHILD-SHAPED humanoid robot that can recognise 10,000 words and work as a house sitter will go on sale in Japan next month.
Ask a trusted friend to stop by at different times if possible or to be a house sitter.