domestic[ duh-mes-tik ]SEE DEFINITION OF domestic
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DOMESTIC
"He certainly was not what is called a domestic character," said Aunt Jane.
There is no longer a clear division between what is foreign and what is domestic.
They took an aspiring angel and made a domestic animal of him.
And after all, what happiness is there equal to domestic happiness?
Domestic care, like every other, is liable to degenerate into excess.
In this view it is desirable to be introduced into the privacies of domestic life.
She was an exposition of the domestic resources of Horn o' the Moon.
But not for that did aunt Ann relinquish her quest for the betterment of the domestic world.
I demand the service of this contrabandist as my domestic until this day week.'
Later on a greater refinement of domestic customs was introduced.