Definition of domestication:
But in the present tragedy, in which he was compelled to present a Goneril and a Regan, it was most carefully to be avoided;- and therefore the only one conceivable addition to the inauspicious influences on the preformation of Edmund's character is given, in the information that all the kindly counteractions to the mischievous feelings of shame, which might have been derived from co- domestication with Edgar and their common father, had been cut off by his absence from home, and foreign education from boyhood to the present time, and a prospect of its continuance, as if to preclude all risk of his interference with the father's views for the elder and legitimate son:- He hath been out nine years, and away he shall again.- "Literary Remains, Vol. 2", Coleridge.
- "The Other Girls", Mrs. A. D. T. Whitney.
- "The Note-Books of Samuel Butler", Samuel Butler.