- to domicile.
- to establish a residence for oneself or one's family.
Origin of domiciliate
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Examples from the Web for domiciliated
This would not include the regular army and the domiciliated Indians.Montreal 1535-1914 under the French Rgime
William Henry Atherton
These are domiciliated people, and no mere birds of passage.The Bird
However, as the English in Ireland began to be domiciliated, they began also to recollect that they had a country.
What could this mean, but that we were now domiciliated in Japan, and must in future give up all thoughts of returning home?Hair Breadth Escapes
T. S. Arthur
Unknown, and in silence, they were domiciliated in courts and in families, throughout all nations; and some roamed as itinerants.Mysticism and its Results
- Of or relating to an organism living in close association with humans so that partial domestication results, leading to the organism's dependence on continued association with the human environment.
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