domesticity

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Oddly, considering her life, she had a genius for domesticity.

She seems too remote—that is the word—for the ordinary wear and tear of domesticity.

The literary life has its perils, so far as domesticity is concerned.

But there was something spurious about his domesticity, Ursula did not like him any more.

In her existence there seemed no secrets, no shadows, no contrasts, and no domesticity.

She's for adventure or domesticity, "whichever the Fates decree."

Howard had never seen a Victory, but his vision of domesticity was untroubled.

Buffon assumes that the Ichneumon has been brought to a state of domesticity.

Man, therefore, had not as yet reduced the dog to a state of domesticity.

It was the blossoming, in her, of the belated flower of domesticity.