domesticated

[ US /dəˈmɛstəˌkeɪtəd/ ]
[ UK /dəmˈɛstɪkˌe‍ɪtɪd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. accustomed to home life
    some men think it unmanly to be domesticated; others find gratification in it
  2. converted or adapted to domestic use
    domesticated plants like maize
    domestic animals
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How To Use domesticated In A Sentence

  • As for the problem…one wonders if the africanized honeybee is having similar problems or if it is limited to the “domesticated” variety. Bees still alive and buzzing | The Blog of Michael R. Eades, M.D.
  • The other group migrated into South America, where it survives today as wild guanacos and vicunas and domesticated llamas and alpacas.
  • To deepen his predicament, because he is single, his advisers and confidants are generally undomesticated guys just like him. Where Have The Good Men Gone?
  • Some ethnobotanists and anthropologists are convinced that root and tuber crops were among the first plants to be domesticated.
  • Domesticated grain contains less crude protein than its wild counterpart, and a higher percentage of carbohydrate.
  • Behold the domesticated guinea pig (Cavia aperea f. porcellus ScienceBlogs Channel : Life Science
  • Domesticated donkeys can be bred at any time of year, wild asses generally breed in the wet season.
  • IT is well understood that genetic change provides the basis for adaptation processes in natural and domesticated populations.
  • These animals are only partly domesticated.
  • When multiple premises are held under the control of one ownership, the inspection fee shall be based on the accumulated total of all domesticated cervine animals on all premises.
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