bring homeSEE DEFINITION OF bring home
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BRING HOME
In all that country he could not find a shed to which to bring home his bride.
What was the use of pretending to bring home a person who had never been away?
Because I had to bring home to you what you are and to whom you are not to look up.
I suppose the colonel will bring home with him this Mr. Waterbury you were speaking of?
"I reckon he'll bring home more skins than that this winter," said he.
But there's your father going to bring home a boarder, Nettie.
Its purpose was to bring home to Americans afresh his particular ideas.
It was a case of sendin' a boy with a pushcart to bring home a grand piano.
Then, too, what a blessing it would be to have them bring home a store of powder and shot.
But I do not agree with your prophecy that I should not live to bring home my spoil.