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domesticize

(də-mĕs′tĭ-sīz′)
tr.v. domesti·cized, domesti·cizing, domesti·cizes
To domesticate.
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The man of war and adventure, the hero, is emasculated and domesticized.
The ability of these prostitutes to leave these spaces of confinement and enter the public realm as sex workers remains highly restricted, with the sight of the sexed body of the prostitute in the city disturbing assumptions that 'feminine' sexuality should be domesticized.
We see Mailer, at home in Provincetown during one of Kaufmann's visits, tempering his macho public persona by revealing a domesticized family man, devoted to his mother Fanny.
Hahn is, according to Boas, the first to have advanced the idea, shared also by Boas himself, Eugen Fischer and Berthold Klatt, that man lives like a domesticized animal, and that is why he must be considered as being a "domesticated form.
For instance, media representations of female masculinity, metrosexuality, transgender identity, domesticized femininity, and of course athletic masculinity, to name a few, all compete for public attention in the market.
that nuns personalized or domesticized holiness, as they carved out dedicated spaces for their own particular devotions and informal altars outside of formal church space.