How to use Domestically in a sentence
Most of the propane used in the United States is produced domestically, therefore using propane as an alternative to regular gasoline would reduce United States dependency on foreign oil and would increase energy security.
Wild berries taste and look much like domestically grown varieties, though the edible berries which are allowed to ripen naturally are often sweeter and juicer but smaller.
Boo and Baa's hilarious brand of straight-faced humor and silly misadventures have enormous appeal for preschoolers, whether domestically inclined or not.
Domestically, bank and oil capital were reinforced as part of a general shift wards rentier forms of accumulation.
Because heroin is not typically grown domestically, it must be smuggled into the U.S. Smuggling used to be as simple as packing it into luggage, shipping it in containers, or bringing it by courier.Advertisement
What's Left of Me, released in May 2006, received the RIAA Gold certification after selling more than 500,000 copies domestically.
Domestically, the record received critical reviews but not much public exposure despite the use of Molly's Chambers in a Volkswagen commercial and Red Morning Light in a Ford Focus commercial.
The FDA gave domestically grown cherries a rating of 75.
Nose Desserts - Many of the fragrance oils at this website are made in the USA, and their descriptions are clearly written to discern which ones are domestically produced at a glance.
After the purchase of Telemundo by NBC-Universal in 2001, the network devoted itself to producing dramas domestically.Advertisement
Ray J's third album, "Raydiation" sold more than 400,000 copies domestically, but it wasn't enough to sustain his interest in recording.
She has pioneered technological breakthroughs, which has caused her products to be used both domestically and internationally.
Calls are free domestically and only a few cents for worldwide use.
The cards can be used when traveling abroad or domestically.
Wild sorts of the tabby order are coarser, and not so good and silky in effect as when domestically reared.Advertisement