domain

[ doh-meyn ]SEE DEFINITION OF domain

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His eyes glowed steadily as he contemplated this interloper in his domain.

They gave him the dukedom and domain of Bronte, worth about L3000 a year.

That part of eternity dividing the domain of disappointment from the realm of hope.

But this ordeal combat was far removed from the domain of sport.

There is thus no domain of the mind which is not influenced by love, and which does not react on love in its turn.

The legislation of details in this domain becomes of necessity an injustice.

We cannot sell our domain, nor give it away, and we cannot even hire some one to cultivate it for us.

The abbey and its domain were granted by the youthful king Edward VI.

Such was the domain which France conquered for civilization.

In his domain his will is law, and no employé dare question it.

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