undomestic

adjective
un·​do·​mes·​tic | \ ən-də-ˈme-stik \

Definition of undomestic

: not domestic: such as
a : not devoted or inclined to home duties It's hard to picture Hall as a house-husband, give his distinctly undomestic authorial persona.— Mallay Charters
b : not suggestive of home a cold, undomestic place

First Known Use of undomestic

1753, in the meaning defined above

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