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Synonyms for home

at home: in

familiar with

Synonyms

  • familiar with
  • experienced in
  • skilled in
  • proficient in
  • conversant with
  • au fait with
  • knowledgeable of
  • well-versed in

bring something home to someone

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hit home

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home in on something or someone

Synonyms for home

a building or shelter where one lives

the natural environment of an animal or plant

an institution that provides care and shelter

of or relating to the family or household

of, from, or within a country's own territory

Synonyms for home

where you live at a particular time

the country or state or city where you live

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(baseball) base consisting of a rubber slab where the batter stands

the place where you are stationed and from which missions start and end

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place where something began and flourished

an environment offering affection and security

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an institution where people are cared for

provide with, or send to, a home

return home accurately from a long distance

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used of your own ground

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Antonyms

inside the country

References in periodicals archive ?
Close to Home supports residents in Dorchester in the effort to address domestic violence.
Close to Home was penned by local writers Joan Carty and Lorna French, with members of the youth theatre and the Belgrade's Ola Animashawun.
REALTOR(R) Magazine's 2005 Good Neighbor Award winners have made tremendous contributions to their communities-some help out close to home, others fill a need in the global community," said NAR Vice President of Publications Pamela Geurds Kabati, who is REALTOR(R) Magazine's Editorial Director.
With such an example of cosmic violence close to home, astronomers should have a field day studying black holes and galactic mergers.
Although the league's hope is to place the Hornets close to home, the Forum remains a premier sports and concert venue equipped with the necessary amenities to accommodate the Hornets and the team's immediate needs.
I've been here 11 years; I've never seen anything like this here so close to home,'' she said.
Casting its cosmic eye relatively close to home, the Hubble Space Telescope has imaged one of the tiniest stars ever recorded.
Although it seems that the league's hope is to place the Hornets close to home, the Forum has communicated with the NBA Commissioner's office to convey the venue, the Mayor's office and the surrounding community would welcome this team and fully accommodate its needs.
I know staying close to home is very important to him,'' Thousand Oaks coach Mike Sanders said.
The largely ground-dwelling dark Norway rats, for example, may spend two to nine consecutive days close to home, then spend a night (or, if they are nocturnal, a day) in one of several previously established "hotel" burrows in the neighborhood in which they are foraging.
Capital investment and the expansion of services will benefit both the residents and the community as a whole by providing services close to home and enhancing the vibrant local economy.
The Waves are the only one of five area universities in the NCAA tournament with the opportunity to stay close to home next week.
This not only allows us to respond quickly to changes in the industry, but to remain steadfast in our goal of being 'always close to home.