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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 classic literature ?
This will I do, dear Queen, and never leave his dreary home, till the sunlight falls on flowers fair as those that bloom in our own dear land.
When I had gotten within a mile or so of my home I was so completely tired out that I could not walk any farther, and I went into an old, abandoned house to spend the remainder of the night.
And as Axel Gunderson and Red John painted the pastoral delights and festive customs of their respective countries, each fell in love with the other's home place, and they solemnly pledged to make the journey together, and to spend, together, six months in the one's Swedish home and six months in the other's Norwegian home.
Polyphemus is son to Neptune by the nymph Thoosa, daughter to the sea-king Phorcys; therefore though he will not kill Ulysses outright, he torments him by preventing him from getting home.
The action seemed to rouse him, for he shook himself and said: "I shall go home, with you, Maggie.
He couldn't stand, so I carried him home and gave him just a little milk.
There was a time when I thought as you do--at least, I was fully persuaded that home and its affections were the only things that made life tolerable: that, if deprived of these, existence would become a burden hard to be endured; but now I have no home--unless you would dignify my two hired rooms at Horton by such a name;--and not twelve months ago I lost the last and dearest of my early friends; and yet, not only I live, but I am not wholly destitute of hope and comfort, even for this life: though I must acknowledge that I can seldom enter even an humble cottage at the close of day, and see its inhabitants peaceably gathered around their cheerful hearth, without a feeling ALMOST of envy at their domestic enjoyment.
Then the Prince rode home to the old Mother Dragon, who was full of wonder when she saw him, and said, 'You have succeeded to-day in looking after my mare, and as a reward you shall come to my ball to-night.
When I heard that Captain Jim was bringing him home I expected I would just feel the same to him.
Now, in the first flush of the new life, she had often said, "My husband shall always feel free to bring a friend home whenever he likes.
Wid a home like dis an' a mudder like me, she went teh deh bad," cried the mother, raising her eyes.
Some blind reasons that I had for not returning home - reasons then struggling within me, vainly, for more distinct expression - kept me on my pilgrimage.
Go home, then,' said the fish; 'she is in the cottage already
And oh, I never came home to Green Gables before that Diana wasn't here to welcome me.
At any rate, the situation went from bad to worse so rapidly that I should soon, of my own volition, have left home.