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babysit

Drug slang
verb A regional term meaning to guide someone through a first experience with hallucinogenic or psychotropic drugs.
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Of course, continuing to baby-sit for her after she told you she couldn't return your feelings wasn't your wisest move.
Rather than offering to baby-sit so they can go out, why not offer to go over and help out around the house and see your grandson at the same time?
When my sister had a baby, my mum used to travel from Blackpool to Devon to baby-sit.
She hasn't been well lately and asked her daughter to vacuum the stairs, do a bit of ironing and keep her room tidy, but she just looked at her mum and said: "I'm going out to lunch and then to baby-sit for a friend."
Asked to "baby-sit" a writer who had received death threats, he failed.
LEOMINSTER - A Fitchburg woman who was facing charges of assaulting her sister because the woman refused to baby-sit for her was found guilty of those charges in Leominster District Court Friday by Judge Mark Noonan.
LEOMINSTER - A Fitchburg woman was arrested Friday night after she allegedly assaulted her sister because the woman refused to baby-sit for her.
I baby-sit my 2-year-old granddaughter at her house one day a week while my daughter works from home.
You'll feel better if you get it off your chest and, when your parents start helping you out more, your brother and his wife will just have to get used to the fact they will be less available to baby-sit their children.
BROOKLYN NINE-NINE (9pm E4) THIS week, detective Jake Peralta (Andy Samberg) is horrified to be told that his new Captain Ray Holt (Andre Braugher) intends to baby-sit him until he stops behaving like a screw-up.
As a result of this incident, other residents living in the building are now refusing to baby-sit children lest they be slapped with a similar fine.