- n. Plural form of sitter.
“Being house-sitters is our way to experience different regions of Mexico in our pre-retirement years.”
“If the political system only expects teachers to be baby sitters is that the fault of the teachers union or the community that pays them only to be baby sitters.”
“Whether or not the exam rates the scariness or otherwise of the sitters is not documented.”
“His friends, known in salvia-speak as 'sitters' - present to make sure that the user does not harm himself or others - looked like enemies on his imaginary battlefield.”
“It's not just that these people leapfrog the queues by using 'sitters' - they also bring in two or three clients to the front of the line, and you will find that once the documents are submitted to us, the issuing process also goes faster for some of the agency clients.”
“The sitters were the artists twin daughters Sylvia and Monica.”
“When his sitters are the chief men and women of his time, for beauty, genius, rank, power, wit, goodness, or even fashion and folly, this interest is heightened.”
“Then there is the theory that the unconscious muscular action of the sitters is the cause of the movement and writing.”
“The unconscious revelations made by the sitters are the sole genuine foundation of the spiritualists 'influence.”
“Gainsborough idiosyncratically painted his "sitters" by candlelight standing with six-foot handled brushes.”
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