[ UK /dˈɒmɪsˌaɪl/ ]
(law) the residence where you have your permanent home or principal establishment and to where, whenever you are absent, you intend to return; every person is compelled to have one and only one domicile at a time
what's his legal residence?
housing that someone is living in
they raise money to provide homes for the homeless
he built a modest dwelling near the pond
make one's home in a particular place or community
may parents reside in Florida
How To Use domicile In A Sentence
- In other words, a person cannot be domiciled in a federation or confederacy.
- X and Y are domiciled, resident and ordinarily resident in the United Kingdom.
- They were domiciled abroad for tax purposes.
- To prepare for the listing, it was created as a holding company for the assets and its domicile moved to Britain.
- We all know Cyprus is a favourite domicile for businesses controlled by Russian oligarchs. Times, Sunday Times
- It is possible to acquire a new domicile of choice, if you have left Britain permanently. Times, Sunday Times
- Individuals acquire a domicile of origin at birth and this is normally the domicile of the father. Times, Sunday Times
- That the prison was built for him also, which he used to call the domicile of the Roman commons. The History of Rome, Books 01 to 08
- The Defendant is a German company, domiciled in Germany which manufactures and supplies liner paper for gypsum plasterboard.
- This mental domicile was furnished with a potpourri of notions derived directly or indirectly from a long succession of philosophers, sages, and seers East and West.