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domiciliary

adjective do·mi·cil·i·ary \ˌdä-mə-ˈsi-lē-ˌer-ē, ˌdō-\

Definition of DOMICILIARY

:  of, relating to, or constituting a domicile: as
a :  provided or taking place in the home
b :  providing care and living space (as for disabled veterans)
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First Known Use of DOMICILIARY

1790
Medical Dictionary

domiciliary

adjective do·mi·cil·i·ary \ˌdäm-ə-ˈsil-ē-ˌer-ē, ˌdō-mə-\

Medical Definition of DOMICILIARY

1
:  provided or attended in the home rather than in an institution <domiciliary midwifery>
2
:  providing, constituting, or provided by an institution for chronically ill or permanently disabled persons requiring minimal medical attention <domiciliary care>

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