Normality, domesticity, ease, in the blazing Arizona desert.
The Feminine Mystique was a bomb thrown at Mad Men-era conceptions of domesticity and female subservience.
He points to scenes in the film that capture their domesticity in homes Dickens set up for Nelly and visited.
Is it “health, domesticity, civic responsibility and strong social connections and all the blandly-held common virtues?”
Both Brienne and Arya are found wanting in the traditional, essential feminine arts: domesticity and beauty.
Mr. Ventnor ran his hand over his whiskers, and, entering a room, was impressed at once by its air of domesticity.
Oddly, considering her life, she had a genius for domesticity.
A kind of domesticity had crept into their relations, and this drew Esther nearer to him.
She seems too remote—that is the word—for the ordinary wear and tear of domesticity.
As for domesticity, it ages one rapidly, and distracts ones mind from higher things.