[ US /ˈdʒænətɝ/ ]
[ UK /d‍ʒˈænɪtɐ/ ]
NOUN
  1. someone employed to clean and maintain a building
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How To Use janitor In A Sentence

  • Many of them are baggers in grocery stores, greeters, doing janitorial work, volunteering in hospitals, delivering meals on wheels, etc.
  • A school district can reduce pay for noncontract workers - janitors and cafeteria workers, for example - and it can reduce teacher salaries from one year to the next if notice is given at least 45 days before the first day of instruction, Texas Education Agency spokeswoman Debbie Ratcliffe said. chron.com Chronicle
  • It has come to my attention that if you do a Yahoo (but not Google) search for (no quotes) etymologic form of janitor you will hit one and only one site. Archive 2005-07-01
  • During the live “Survivor: China” finale, Denise Martin said she had been demoted from a lunch lady to a janitor after competing on the reality series. “Survivor: China” Lunch Lady Denise Martin Donates $50,000 to Charity
  • “Survivor: China” contestant Denise Martin claimed on the reunion show that she was demoted from a lunch lady to a janitor because of her involvement on the reality series. Survivor China Lunch Lady Denise Martin on The Early Show
  • They had been lifted from a garbage can used by bureaucrats in some Soviet Russian Consulate, pilfered by what old British spy novelists used to call a "charwoman", in Yankee parlance, a janitor. Richard H. Smith: Could a California Budget Fix Threaten National Security?
  • I was a church janitor one summer during college. Christianity Today
  • In Kabul, they usually have low-paying, menial jobs such as janitorial work.
  • Robin stars as a disabled janitor who befriends a young boy.
  • Combining the administration of drugs like sodium penathol, baradanga, and sodium amytal with a skilled interrogator is normally quicker, more efficient and easier on the basement janitorial crew afterwards, provided you have the time. Matthew Yglesias » The Real Torture Debate
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