Antonyms for home-grown

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The French preserve the juices of their home-grown food: we have no juices to preserve.

Her owners are the leaders of the little neighbourhood, and her cargo is home-grown.

Don't depend on home-grown seed if you want the best in flowers.

And you're the home-grown atomic-rocket genius, Venusian style, eh?

Recent legislation has given some encouragement to wine-growers by facilitating the sale of home-grown pure wine.

Why, every fellow would live on his income, and eat his home-grown bread.

Leonardo declined anything but bread, home-grown wine, and iron-water from the spring on the property.

This home-grown variety is just as sweet, and really, I think, may be guaranteed not only harmless but positively beneficial.

Detroit, Grand Rapids, and other Michigan cities are comparatively well supplied with home-grown cauliflower.

There would be a dessert of almonds and raisins and, according to the season, home-grown apples and pears or greengages.

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