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domiciliary

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdomiciliarydom‧i‧cil‧i‧a‧ry /ˌdɒməˈsɪliəri $ ˌdɑːməˈsɪlieri, ˌdoʊ-/ adjective [only before noun] formal 🔊 🔊 domiciliary services/care/visits etc
Examples from the Corpus
domiciliaryWe will provide choice in domiciliary and day care.Equally troublesome, if not more so, is the domiciliary assessment which turns out to express total income from all sources.Success typically gives access to one existing service, such as domiciliary care, and rejects another, such as residential care.Developments in day care, the home help service and other domiciliary services were the currency of growth in these departments.The need for respite care or day care or domiciliary support is rarely so precisely detailed.In Amsterdam, Querido introduced a twenty-four-hour domiciliary support system, linked with the care of general practitioners.Last year only voluntary Welfare Officer alone, made over 102 domiciliary visits.
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