domestic circle

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The family, too, though so kind and hospitable, had that consciousness of unity among themselves, and separation from the world at large, which, in every domestic circle, should still keep a holy place where no stranger may intrude.
Strickland, according to Captain Nichols, did not use exactly the words I have given, but since this book is meant for family reading I have thought it better, at the expense of truth, to put into his mouth expressions familiar to the domestic circle.
By the way, I must not forget--in the interests of truth, you know--to mention one drawback that does exist in our domestic circle.
His friends made genial jokes in his domestic circle, which pointed to the same conclusion.
Mademoiselle Nioche is like the great artists whose biographies we read, who at the beginning of their career have suffered opposition in the domestic circle.
kicked when things go wrong in the domestic circle.
Pott's domestic circle was limited to himself and his wife.
However, three successive wins in the domestic circle - including a 5-0 hammering of Wacker Innsbruck at the weekend - have lifted Wien's confidence and Nenad Bjelica's men fancy their chances in Portugal
A few of the titles--"'The Hour of Lead': Mark Twain and Grief," "'Like Real Chums': Twain's Relations with African Americans in Elmira's Domestic Circle," and "Running with Coyotes"--hint at the variety of topics.
Some unsettlement is forecast in the domestic circle.
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That children cling to their parents when strangers come to the door, partially curious about the big world out there, while holding on to the safety of the domestic circle.