A household servant; a member of a household.
Cultivated; not growing wild.
Homely; familiar; simple; unsophisticated.
Samuel Johnson's Dictionary
Etymology: aomesticus domesticus , Latin.
The necessities of man had at the first no other helps and supplies than domestical; such as that which the prophet implyeth, saying, can a mother forget her child? Richard Hooker.
The practical knowledge of the domestick duties is the principal glory of a woman. Clarissa.
In this their domestical celebration of the Passover, they divided supper into two courses. Richard Hooker, b. iii.
Beholding thus, O, happy as a queen!
We cry; but shift the gaudy, flattering scene,
View her at home in her domestick light,
For thither she must come, at least at night. George Granville.
The faithful prudent husband is an honest, tractable, and domestick animal. Joseph Addison, Spectator, №. 128.
Domestical evils, for that we think we can master them at all times, are often permitted to run on forward, ’till it be too late to recall them. Richard Hooker, Dedication.
Equality of two domestick pow’rs
Breeds scrupulous faction. William Shakespeare, Anth. and Cleopatra.
Combine together ’gainst the enemy;
For these domestick and particular broils
Are not the question here. William Shakespeare, King Lear.
Next to the sin of those who began that rebellion, theirs must needs be who hindered the speedy suppressing of it, by domestick dissentions. Charles I .
Such they were, who might presume t’ have done
Much for the king and honour of the state;
Having the chiefest actions undergone,
Both foreign and domestical of late. Samuel Daniel, Civil War.
a family; a household
The numerical value of domestical in Chaldean Numerology is: 8
The numerical value of domestical in Pythagorean Numerology is: 2
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