Origin of bailiwick
OTHER WORDS FROM bailiwicksub·bail·i·wick, noun
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How to use bailiwick in a sentence
“We try to think of ourselves as about a lot more than the birds, because really all nature is our bailiwick,” Alexander said.The Audubon Naturalist Society is flush with a new donation: Composting toilets|John Kelly|October 6, 2021|Washington Post
As he traveled and collected he constantly sent back seed samples, hundreds of thousands of them in total, to the institutes and field stations under his bailiwick.The Botanist Who Defied Stalin - Issue 99: Universality|Lee Alan Dugatkin|April 21, 2021|Nautilus
He does so, hands in his star and rides on, leaving his bailiwick in the condition his patrons wanted.
In 1429 the English occupied the bailiwick of Chaumont and garrisoned several fortresses in Bassigny.The Life of Joan of Arc, Vol. 1 and 2 (of 2)|Anatole France
Its tolerble late, if you happen to know it, and youre a little out of your own bailiwick, arent you?Wheat and Huckleberries|Charlotte Marion (White) Vaile
Now these two bailiffs kept their bailiwick in peace many years, until they were said to be remiss in keeping the King's justice.
This guy, Lester, makes out a bond before we're within two days' drive of his bailiwick.Square Deal Sanderson|Charles Alden Seltzer
All relations between the two women had been severed irrevocably, each keeping to her own respective bailiwick.The Song of the Wolf|Frank Mayer