domesticize


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domesticize

(də-mĕs′tĭ-sīz′)
tr.v. domesti·cized, domesti·cizing, domesti·cizes
To domesticate.
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But the action-competent child is also controlled, critical, well planned, and domesticizes her/his feelings.
Both characters don male clothing, participate in yard work, and run their estates, activities that situate them within nature and domesticize them at the same time.
The name, therefore, appears to represent not just a look back, but a gaze fixed outside literature; less an attempt to domesticize an extra-literary code than the effort to pattern poetry on a political figure.