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.
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.