[ UK /kˈæɹət/ ]
  1. a mark used by an author or editor to indicate where something is to be inserted into a text
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How To Use caret In A Sentence

  • After about eight months Meggy got the bullet and in October 1984 I was back in charge, this time not as mere caretaker.
  • This caretaker is sacrificing her life to do this. Advice on working with your siblings when caregiving
  • He will move over from internal marketing to caretake the role until a replacement can be found.
  • They put their chairs on their desks so that the caretaker could sweep the floor.
  • MBEs also went to stonemason Alan Horsfield, who was honoured for services to St Paul's Cathedral, Welsh caretaker Robert Owen, who was recognised for services to the community in Holyhead, Anglesey, and Mary Watt, who was rewarded for services to highland dance teaching in Ross-shire, Scotland. New Year honours: Recognition for unsung heroes in the public sector
  • In return for some caretaking duties, we are offering a free flat and a small remuneration.
  • He was succeeded in a caretaker capacity by his deputy, David Gandy.
  • As it sways precariously beneath the five-tonner, a small priesthood of caretakers will guide it to a washbasin and gently remove the ravages of worship and travel. Roy and His Rock
  • Old puppy puppet pressie should immediately call for a caretaker govt who would work immediately towards elections. Global Voices in English » Fiji: Court rules military government illegal
  • Some members feel that if a caretaker was employed at the Community Centre, the problem of dumping household rubbish would not arise.
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