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synonyms for domesticate

  • naturalize
  • acclimatize
  • accustom
  • break
  • breed
  • bust
  • corral
  • domiciliate
  • familiarize
  • gentle
  • herd
  • hitch
  • raise
  • reclaim
  • subdue
  • teach
  • train
  • yoke
  • break in
  • bring up
  • housetrain
  • round up
See also synonyms for: domesticated
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antonyms for domesticate

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  • abandon
  • disjoin
  • fix
  • mend
  • neglect
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As he did, he began a one-man crusade to scour the planet collecting crop varieties that were disease resistant and might also shed light on the evolution of domesticated plants.
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As late as 1800, the total weight of wild mammals was greater than that of all domesticated species.
HUMANS HAVE RAPIDLY REMADE THE EARTH — AND IMPERILED ITS FUTUREJEDEDIAH BRITTON-PURDYMARCH 12, 2021WASHINGTON POST
A century later, domesticated animals outweighed wildlife by a factor of 20.
HUMANS HAVE RAPIDLY REMADE THE EARTH — AND IMPERILED ITS FUTUREJEDEDIAH BRITTON-PURDYMARCH 12, 2021WASHINGTON POST
This finding is a big deal, says Angela Perri, an archaeologist at Durham University in England, whose recent genetic research suggests that domesticated dogs accompanied the first humans into the Americas around 15,000 years ago.
AN ANCIENT DOG FOSSIL HELPS TRACE HUMANS’ PATH INTO THE AMERICASANUSHREE DAVEMARCH 1, 2021SCIENCE NEWS
Most of our technology exists to master our world, to domesticate space.
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I know a pretty woman from a plain one, I hope, even though I dont personally want to domesticate the recording angel.
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The hunter is thought to have been seized, one fine day, with an impulse to domesticate animals instead of hunting them.
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His place was well named for he was a great horticulturist, the first to domesticate the Catawba grape.
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They have now begun to domesticate certain species of Meliponas, by introducing them into earthen pots or wooden cases.
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They seem somewhat like the buffalo and other wild animals that we have never been able to domesticate.
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