from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. : A person who legally resides in a particular place.
- adj. Of or relating to a domicile.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Pertaining to an abode, or the residence of a person or a family.
- In zoology, constituting or pertaining to a protective or investing envelop or case in which an animal lives: as, the domiciliary structure of an infusorian; a domiciliary secretion.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. of or relating to or provided in a domicile
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These services also contribute to a reduction in the demand for placements in residential care and for long-term domiciliary care services, against a background of an increasing elderly population.
It was called the domiciliary, Santorum told the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review when his father died in 2011.
Hospital and the Vodafone Portugal Foundation, will significantly improve the health related quality of life in patients with respiratory failure who are prescribed long term domiciliary oxygen therapy (LTOT).
All foreigners that came to settle in Palestine were baptized; they were called domiciliary proselytes.
I am unable to verify this kind of domiciliary participation at the website below.
This kind of domiciliary visit may appear a joking matter, but to live under a state of siege is no subject for pleasantry, as I shall show further on.
"It was, I suppose, what you might call a domiciliary visit.
In the weeks which followed, several domiciliary visits were paid, not a shack or tent in Nome escaping, but Fortune lay in his cranny undisturbed.
Companions is a micro-enterprise: a tiny domiciliary care service set up after workers consulted with a small group of older people and found that, although they were receiving care in their homes, they really wanted support to visit their friends because bus travel was proving too difficult.
Care home residents' relatives would be allowed to help scrutinise the quality of those homes and domiciliary care staff as part of expanded plans for HealthWatch, the new organisation starting in 2013 which will champion the rights of both NHS patients and care users.