domestics[ duh-mes-tik ]SEE DEFINITION OF domestics
Synonyms for domestics
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DOMESTICS
The whole was closed by a long line of attendants and domestics.
At the back of the house were the kitchens and apartments for the slaves and domestics.
When my domestics heard me ask for the hammer they decided to open it themselves.
He replied he had not, for all his domestics had been put under an arrest.
Or how do you proceed when you discover the like tendency in one of your domestics?
He provided a house for her, and assigned to her service a retinue of domestics.
Well, if one of your domestics is sick, do you tend him and call in the doctors to save his life?
Do you find that your domestics seem to mind drinking it or washing in it?
He immediately fled, and hid himself in the house of one of his domestics.
What embarrassed me a little was, that two of my domestics knew her.