Definition of Housesit

1. Verb. alternative spelling of house-sit ¹



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Definition of Housesit

1. to occupy a dwelling while the tenants are away [v -SAT, -SITTING, -SITS]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Housesit

housepets
houseplant
houseplants
houser
houseroom
houserooms
housers
houses
houses of cards
houses of correction
houses of worship
housesat
housesful
houseshoe
houseshoes
housesit (current term)
housesits
housesitter
housesitters
housesitting
housetop
housetops
housetrained
housetraining
housetrains
housetruck
housetrucker
housetruckers
housetrucks

Literary usage of Housesit

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1. A Light in the Midst of Darkness by Erik Loebl (2007)
"Since I live fairly close to them, I was asked to housesit. I went over there before the pending storm (Hurricane Rita) to secure any loose items, ..."

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