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come home

verb as in get back

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He leased them so that if things didn't work out in Los Angeles, he and his family could always “come home,” as he put it.

Talk about the serious problems we have caring for veterans when they come home.

Whenever soldiers come home, big pharma finds new ways to medicate them.

He did not help his cause when he said on a radio show, “Every time I get an opponent—I mean, a chance—I come home to Kansas.”

George McGovern won the  1972 Democratic presidential primary on a campaign of “Come Home, America.”

When I come home from the lessons I fling myself on the sofa, and feel as if I never wanted to get up again.

But I will do it; and I will not come home till night, Majella, for the field is too far to go and come twice.

Masters and I arranged to come home together and eventually reached Cape Town.

She said it was to be served as soon as it was ready, having come home earlier than she expected.

If you knew a toper was to be offered as much free whisky as he could drink, you would be sure he would not come home sober.

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On this page you'll find 14 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to come home, such as: come back, revert, arrive home, reappear, revisit, and turn back.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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