domestically domestically  /də ˈmɛ stɪk li/

Definition(s):

  1. (adv) with respect to the internal affairs of a government
  2. (adv) with respect to home or family

Usage(s):

  1. The movie they starred in last fall earned only $15 million domestically.
  2. So energy supplies and being able to produce and supply domestically is going to be a big part of that.
  3. Some of the goods that are smuggled in, such as alcohol, do little harm to the formal economy, as they are illegal and produced domestically only on a small, illicit scale.

News

  1. ‘Pitch Perfect,’ Kendrick hit high notes on charts

    New York • They say it’s not over till the fat lady sings — and that means Fat Amy isn’t ready to put down her microphone. The movie "Pitch Perfect," which was released in September and grossed $65 million domestically, is also a success on the music charts, where the film’s soundtrack has peaked at No. 3 on the Billboard 200 and has sold more than 713,961 units so far, according to Nielsen ...
    on June 13, 2013     Source: The Salt Lake Tribune

  2. Nestlé Introduces ‘Resource’ Water for Trendy, High-Income Women (Video)

    Nestlé launched a new line of water today called "Resource," and it is guaranteed to be everything that trendy, high-income women have been missing out on. The new product is aimed at an eco-friendly target audience: Domestically sourced premium still water brand with naturally occurring electrolytes for taste. It is sustainably sourced natural spring water from carefully selected sources ...
    on June 11, 2013     Source: Opposing Views

Quotes

  1. "He is leading us toward a positive feeling of hope in our country and I love seeing that happen," Gregoire said in an interview with The Associated Press. "I believe the nation faces significant challenges domestically and internationally...
    on Feb 8, 2008 By: Chris Gregoire Source: Modesto Bee

  2. "We are today internationally and domestically a nation that is no longer a leader," Richardson said.
    on Apr 27, 2007 By: Bill Richardson Source: International Herald Tribune

  3. "The presumption that United States law governs domestically but does not rule the world applies with particular force in patent law," Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg wrote in the majority opinion.
    on Apr 30, 2007 By: Ruth Bader Ginsburg Source: Forbes

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