His wife had made a nice place for it in the back yard as a domicile.
People went in and came out, just as if it had been the domicile of no ghost.
The domicile of the wren is simply a small edition of the last, and often contains as many as seven or eight eggs.
We will not trouble about his domicile, the Place will tell us that!
Into their domicile the birds convey a good deal of grass, which they cover with a soft layer of hair, feathers and wool.
The cotton mill, as we have seen, early chose New England as its domicile.
It is clear that having no papers and no domicile, you are a vagabond, and as such must be committed to prison.
Altogether, the Member is to be congratulated on his domicile.
Now, if the father happened to hold a Scotch domicile, and the mother lived with him as his wife, the child would be legitimate.
I do not know, but as soon as I can discover her name and domicile, I propose to propose.