domesticity

[ US /ˌdoʊˌmɛsˈtɪsəti/ ]
[ UK /dəmɪstˈɪsɪti/ ]
NOUN
  1. domestic activities or life
    making a hobby of domesticity
  2. the quality of being domestic or domesticated
    a royal family living in unpretentious domesticity
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How To Use domesticity In A Sentence

  • Interior spaces may also be gendered: the author explores both the activities particular to women, such as needlework or lace-making, and the objects related to female and maternal domesticity.
  • She said: 'I felt very safe in my little bubble of motherhood and domesticity. The Sun
  • From those two virtues derive the tranquillity, comfort, and content of domesticity.
  • The text forms a patchwork quilt of anecdotes that weave together domesticity and philosophy. The Times Literary Supplement
  • Especially the partial person cropland in them at duty, domesticity also appeared temporary difficulty.
  • You rolling stones are best off investigating the pleasures of domesticity this week.
  • But now, with the discovery of Sally Buckland’s body in the master bedroom closet, the house had become a crime scene, its warm domesticity destroyed by everything the term entailed. Tough Customer
  • Tolstoy tried to mix domesticity and family life, but he would come downstairs after writing and see his family playing and his eyes would well up.
  • Where another normal week of work, social life and domesticity will begin. Times, Sunday Times
  • The couple married in 1964 and a life of blissful domesticity beckoned. Times, Sunday Times
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