Domestication in a sentence

Definition of Domestication

The act of domesticating, or accustoming to home; the action of taming wild animals or breeding plants. | The act of domesticating, or making a legal instrument recognized and enforceable in a jurisdiction foreign to the one in which the instrument was originally issued or created.

How to use Domestication in a Sentence?

  • Such was the commencement of the domestication of the Willoughbys at the Hutted Knoll.
  • Thus under domestication creatures so tangibly different as a mastiff and a terrier have sprung from a common stock.
  • In the beginning pastoral society and tribal government develop among savages primarily through the domestication of animals.
  • The bacteria were thus said to be "domesticated;" for the process was similar to the domestication of wild animals into tame.
  • They were the years that saw such extraordinary discoveries and inventions as fire, and the wheel, and the bow, and the domestication of animals.
  • The Mallard is a common small wild duck which has lent itself readily to domestication and which thrives with proper care under confined conditions.
  • Remember how he crossed swords with Mr. Scully touching the alleged dangerous nature of the ostrich and the early domestication of the peacock.
  • If the bee was disposed to use, without any provocation, the effective weapon with which it has been provided, its domestication would be entirely out of the question.

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