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domiciliate

See definition of domiciliate on Dictionary.com
  • as inquarter
  • as intame
  • as indomesticate
  • as inestablish

synonyms for domiciliate

  • accommodate
  • billet
  • board
  • bunk
  • canton
  • domicile
  • entertain
  • establish
  • harbor
  • house
  • install
  • lodge
  • place
  • post
  • settle
  • shelter
  • station
  • put up
  • subdue
  • suppress
  • restrain
  • soften
  • conquer
  • pacify
  • curb
  • temper
  • vanquish
  • discipline
  • mitigate
  • mute
  • humble
  • bust
  • repress
  • break
  • domesticize
  • train
  • bridle
  • gentle
  • enslave
  • subjugate
  • check
  • break in
  • tone down
  • water down
  • housebreak
  • house-train
  • break the spirit
  • bring to heel
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antonyms for domiciliate

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  • confuse
  • disarrange
  • dislodge
  • displace
  • disregard
  • forget
  • leave
  • move
  • remove
  • turn away
  • turn out
  • unsettle
  • confuse
  • disestablish
  • forget
  • unfix
  • neglect
  • change
  • displace
  • unfasten
  • loose
  • let go
  • lose
  • stop
  • end
  • take
  • remove
  • disprove
  • invalidate
  • disorder
  • dislodge
  • cease
  • unsettle
  • disorganize
  • disarrange
  • refuse
  • loosen
  • prevent
  • ruin
  • destroy
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How to use domiciliate in a sentence

Until their return to domiciliate themselves under my roof, I never heard a complaint of my house, which was situated at Brompton.
OLLA PODRIDAFREDERICK MARRYAT (AKA CAPTAIN MARRYAT)
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OCTOBER 26, 1985
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WORDS RELATED TO DOMICILIATE

  • acclimatize
  • accustom
  • break
  • break in
  • breed
  • bring up
  • bust
  • corral
  • domiciliate
  • familiarize
  • gentle
  • herd
  • hitch
  • housetrain
  • naturalize
  • raise
  • reclaim
  • round up
  • subdue
  • teach
  • train
  • yoke
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