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a home; residence
domicile
1) related to the family or household
2)tame; trained to live with humans
3) indigeneous to a particular country; native
domestic
range of one's control; territory
domain
to dominate; to be bossy
domineer
control; rule; area of influence
dominion
asleep; not in an active state
dormant
to walk while sleeping
somnambulate
1) drowsy; sleepy 2)causing sleep
somnolent
washing of the body, especially as a ritual purification
ablution
1) a downpour; a great flood 2)to flood
deluge
1) to take away something belonging to someone, especially a right, title, or property; to dispossess 2)to strip away, especially clothes
divest
a ceremony in which a person formally receives the authority and symbols of an office
investiture
an absurd or inferior imitation
travesty
a garment that indicates position or authority, especially the robes worn by clergy
vestment
1) a concern for something from which a person expects to get personal benefit(used with interest) 2)dressed, especially in vestments 3)absolute; without question
vested
1)to mix ingredients, as in cooking 2) to invent or devise
concoct
a characteristic style of cooking
cuisine
showing unusally early development, especially mentally
precocious
meat-eating
carnivorous
plant-eating
herbivorous
1)extremely hungry; greedy 2)eager for some activity or interest
voracious
sweet as honey (referring to voice or words)
mellifluous
having to do ith salt
saline
1) to drink 2)to absorb; to take in
imbibe
fit to drink
potable
a liquid for drinking, especially a medicinal, magic, or poisonous drink
potion
to make an indirect reference to
allude
a secret agreement for a deceitful purpose; conspiracy
collusion
1) a false belief or opinion, especially one held in spite of contradictory evidence 2) a deception
delusion
1) to avoid or escape from by cunning; to evade 2)to escape detection; to baffle
ellude