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Babysat
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Babysat: Supervise children while their parents are not home watch over, supervise
Babysit
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Babysit: Supervise children while their parents are not home watch over, supervise
Babysitter
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Babysitter: One who supervises children while the parents are away from home
Babysitting
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Babysitting: Taking care of a child or children while the parents are temporarily away (usually for a fee)
Bairn
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Bairn: A child. [Scot. & Prov. Eng.]Has he not well provided for the bairn ! Beau. & Fl.
Bambino
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Bambino: A child or baby esp., a representation in art of the infantChrist wrapped in swaddling clothes.
Bantling
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Bantling: A young or small child an infant. [Slightly contemptuous ordepreciatory.]In what out of the way corners genius produces her bantlings. W.Irving.
Bassinet
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Bassinet: A wicker basket, with a covering or hood over one end, in whichyoung children are placed as in a cradle. See Bascinet. Lord Lytton.
Bastardise
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Bastardise: Declare a child a bastard corrupt a language humiliate (also bastardize)
Bastardize
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Bastardize: To make or prove to be a bastard to stigmatize as a bastard todeclare or decide legally to be illegitimate.The law is so indulgent as not to bastardize the ch
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