Domesticated [adjective]

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The results suggest that people domesticated dogs sometime before 23,000 years ago in Siberia, where isolated groups of wolves and people were struggling to survive the Last Glacial Maximum.

Those barks were a useful reminder that although he is domesticated, he is an animal.

By retaining a hint of wildness that the modern world has long buried, dogs — these domesticated wolves — represent a source of forgotten knowledge.

Though Vulpes vulpes, the silver fox, is distantly related to wolves and dogs, it had never before been domesticated.

The Cat, the little Tyger of our island, whose natural home is the forest, is equally domesticated and caressed.

Now and then a blue pigeon, like the ancestral form, crops up in a pure breed of domesticated birds.

The Paca very easily becomes domesticated, and is very gentle and tractable, unless when much irritated.

A panther is spoken of by an English lady, Mrs. Bowdich, who resided for some time in Africa, as being thoroughly domesticated.

Lady Jane Grey is a gentle, domesticated cat of many admirable qualities and her name seems very appropriate.

The usual colour of the domesticated yak is black, more rarely a yellowish brown.