Antonyms for domains

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They ruled only a few years and then their domains fell to pieces.

England had been shrewd enough to guarantee them their domains and revenues.

But everywhere, even in the domains of slavery, how tenderly has the Negress been spoken of!

Whew—— "Señor of all the domains, fiefs, keeps and marshes of Warren of Kentucky—"

This does not imply that these domains are forever wed to literacy.

He was fairly over the fence, and in the domains of the rival king.

And such a model you would undertake, On Earth, in my domains to imitate?

Several came and looked at us, as if to inquire why we had visited their domains.

He growled more fiercely than ever, as if to warn me that I was intruding on his domains.

Here the two domains touch so closely that their limits are indistinguishable.