- of or relating to a domicile, or place of residence.
- an institutional home for aged and disabled veterans who cannot care for themselves.
Origin of domiciliary
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Examples from the Web for domiciliary
I am a commissioner now, and they call this my domiciliary visit.The False Chevalier
William Douw Lighthall
But you surely will not make a domiciliary visit to my house?The Doctor of Pimlico
William Le Queux
His aunt should have a domiciliary visit, and see how she liked that.My Lady Ludlow
On the 28th of August, the Assembly passed the law on domiciliary visits.The Countess of Charny
Alexandre Dumas (pere)
You will remember that I warned you you would end your domiciliary visit with this room?The Freebooters
- of, involving, or taking place in the home
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