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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of babysit.

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Examples

  • When I first became aware of its existence I'm not entirely sure, but around the age of 11 or 12 - while whittling away the hours spent being "babysat" i.e. ignored at an aunt's house - I came across the show one early morning on The Sci-Fi Channel.

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  • When I first became aware of its existence I'm not entirely sure, but around the age of 11 or 12 - while whittling away the hours spent being "babysat" i.e. ignored at an aunt's house - I came across the show one early morning on The Sci-Fi Channel.

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  • He entrusts them to a granny figure relative but due to a series of unfortunate events they end up being 'babysat' by Dave's cousin, Toby

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  • Sorry to sound harsh, but I don't want kids being "babysat" because

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  • He could feel the laughter and excitement from the children that Mrs. Jackson babysat.

    Surrender the Dark

  • She babysat her younger brother, prepared simple meals and did the dishes, all so her mom could be at her dad's hospital bed.

    Charlotte Reznick, Ph.D.: Eight Ways To Start The New Year Off Simply

  • Su-Lin was the small, burping panda cub she had babysat in Shanghai in 1936 before it was smuggled to America.

    A Covert Affair

  • She babysat her younger brother, prepared simple meals and did the dishes, all so her mom could be at her dad's hospital bed.

    Charlotte Reznick, Ph.D.: Eight Ways To Start The New Year Off Simply

  • He could feel the laughter and excitement from the children that Mrs. Jackson babysat.

    Surrender the Dark

  • Su-Lin was the small, burping panda cub she had babysat in Shanghai in 1936 before it was smuggled to America.

    A Covert Affair

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