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Verb: domiciliate  ,dó-mu'si-lee,eyt
  1. Make one's home in a particular place or community
    "my parents domiciliate in Florida";
    - reside, shack, domicile, domicil [rare]
  2. Provide someone with accomodation
    "The immigrants were domiciliated in a new development outside the town";
    - house, put up

Derived forms: domiciliated, domiciliates, domiciliating

Type of: dwell, inhabit, live, populate, shelter