domiciliated


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dom·i·cil·i·at·ed

(dom'i-sil'ē-āt-ĕd),
A state of close association of an organism within human abodes or activities, such that partial domestication results, leading to the organism's dependence on continued association with the human environment; this frequently results in the domiciliated organism becoming a noxious pest, a vector, or an intermediate host of human disease.
[L. domicilium, a dwelling]

dom·i·cil·i·at·ed

(dom'i-sil'ē-āt-ĕd)
A state of close association of an organism within human abodes or activities, such that partial domestication results, leading to the organism's dependence on continued association with the human environment; this frequently results in the domiciliated organism becoming a noxious pest, a vector, or an intermediate host of human disease.
[L. domicilium, a dwelling]
References in classic literature ?
That he might make his appearance before his mistress in the true style of a cavalier, he borrowed a horse from the farmer with whom he was domiciliated, a choleric old Dutchman of the name of Hans Van Ripper, and, thus gallantly mounted, issued forth like a knight- errant in quest of adventures.
Shangri-La Hotel, Jeddah would be domiciliated in a prominent 65-storey development, which is situated on Jeddah Corniche Road facing the Red Sea.
A wing morphometric change could lead to epidemiological speculation, in the sense of what might occur in wild populations of Phlebotominae, which could suffer a similar decrease in the size of the wings in domiciliated populations (20).