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1‘military service brings about frequent changes of domicile’
residence, home, house, address, residency, lodging, lodging place, accommodation, quarters, billet
British informal digs
dwelling, dwelling place, abode, habitation
1be domiciled‘born in the UK, he is now domiciled in Australia’
settle, establish oneself, live, make one's home, set up home, set up house, take up residence, put down roots, have one's domicile
go to live in, move to, emigrate to
North American set up housekeeping
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