Definition for DO-MES'TIC-ATE


  1. To make domestic; to retire from the public; to accustom to remain much at home; as, to domesticate one's self.
  2. To make familiar, as if at home. – Chesterfield.
  3. To accustom to live near the habitations of man; to tame; as, to domesticate wild animals.

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