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Domesticity
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Domesticity: The state of being domestic domestic character household life.
Domesticize
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Domesticize: Domesticate, tame an animal, house-train, accustom to life with mankind, make docile and tractable (also domesticise)
Domiciliar
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Domiciliar: A member of a household a domestic.
Domiculture
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Domiculture: (Astrol.) To divide, as the heavens, into twelve houses. See House, in astrological sense. [Obs.] To tame to domesticate. [Obs.] Johnson.
Domus
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Domus: (Latin) home, house type a house owned by rich families in ancient Rome
Donation
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Donation: The act of giving or bestowing a grant. After donation there an absolute change and alienation of the property of the thing given. South. That which is given as
Door
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Door: An opening in the wall of a house or of an apartment, by which to go in and out an entrance way. To the same end, men several paths may tread, As many doors into on
Door knocker
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Door knocker: Ornamental device or hinged knob attached to a door of a house used for knocking on the door
Door plate
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Door plate: Small plate on the outside door of a house or apartment listing the residents name or the number of the house or apartment
Doorkeeper
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Doorkeeper: One who guards the entrance of a house or apartment a porter a janitor.
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