domestically

[ US /dəˈmɛstɪkɫi/ ]
[ UK /dəmˈɛstɪkli/ ]
ADVERB
  1. with respect to home or family
    the housewife bored us with her domestically limited conversation
  2. with respect to the internal affairs of a government
    domestically, the president proposes a more moderate economic policy
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How To Use domestically In A Sentence

  • But domestically, she hopes to see Namibian judges adjudicating at competitions such as the Gecko Award, an award given for exceptional advertising and promotion in the communications industry.
  • It was a positive message to a church troubled, internationally and domestically, with dissension and discord.
  • In August 2002, we had the domestically manufactured ARV drug, AZT , produced by Northeast Pharmaceuticals.
  • Such economic nationalists favored import-substitution strategies that reduced the need for foreign currency by producing vital goods domestically.
  • the housewife bored us with her domestically limited conversation
  • As we enter a dramatically altered world, both internationally and domestically, it is only natural that we look to history for bearings, points of comparison, glimmerings of the familiar.
  • But until such time as we can produce domestically a greater share of our capital needs, I reject the timid proposition that our Canadianism is too weak to survive the influence of outside investment. Capital Has No Nationality
  • Domestically, September 11 has sparked debate about the permissible extent of civil rights abridgements in times of national peril.
  • Opportunities will improve as the company expands domestically and internationally.
  • For example, foreign electronics firms have pre-empted the creation of a domestically-owned electronics industry in all but a few countries.
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