domesticity

[doh-me-stis-i-tee]
noun, plural domesticities.
1.
the state of being domestic; domestic or home life.
2.
a domestic or household act, activity, duty, or chore.

Origin:
1715–25; domestic + -ity

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domesticity (ˌdəʊmɛˈstɪsɪtɪ)
 
n , pl -ties
1.  home life
2.  devotion to or familiarity with home life
3.  (usually plural) a domestic duty, matter, or condition

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domesticity
1721, from 'domnestic + -ity.
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Example sentences
Age, domesticity, and clean blood have not mellowed him.
But perhaps it is also that late autumn fosters domesticity.
Another impulse discernible among the early submissions was domesticity.
Domesticity and internationality in co-authorship, references and citations.
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