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synonyms for domesticity

  • domestication
  • family life
  • staying at home
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He was so deeply acclimated—institutionalized—to a decrepit domesticity, to something most people would call uninhabitable, that it seemed likely he’d be more physically and psychologically comfortable in our basement than in our house.
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Disney is full of these figures, women who’ve essentially prioritized their careers and personal ambitions over family and domesticity.
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Instead, they’re always nested in warm, nurturing domesticity.
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If SoHo was an act of repurposing the city’s industrial history, the Upper West Side offered a return to upper-middle-class domesticity with a diversity not found on the East Side.
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Many people have started asking how being locked in the spaces of domesticity might have impacted women, who often face abuse within those spaces.
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But this he hardly realized—so rapidly was the discipline of domesticity bringing his haughty spirit to terms!
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He might not sleep alone; that supreme symbol of domesticity Corydon could not give up, and he soon ceased to ask for it.
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It was always kept chained, for, notwithstanding its long domesticity, it was neither civilized nor attached to its keepers.
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He gave up excessive drinking; became a constant smoker, and lent full rein to his natural domesticity.
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But here were two American women and a little girl—surely evidences of domesticity.
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