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- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of housesit.
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The sociopath is going to be offline for a day or so while she housesits for a friend and takes care of her cats.
The cats are gradually forgiving me for callously abandoning them with the friend who housesits for us and whom they've known for a few years now and see every week.
(Ben Stiller), who moves to Los Angeles in order to figure out his life while he housesits for his brother.
Lane plays an artist (well, she makes wooden boxes) turned ritzy suburban housewife who housesits a pal's inn on the outer banks for a weekend, just to get away and think about her estranged husband's offer to come home.
Fresh out of the hospital, Roger housesits for his brother and must navigate the world he hasn’t experienced in a long time.