homeland

[ hohm-land, -luh nd ]SEE DEFINITION OF homeland

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HOMELAND

I wish the book might be read by all the Christians in the homeland.

Might he not be the bearer of important and good news from the homeland?

I send them all my compliments from the homeland, and ask the reader, if he will, to do likewise.

The homeland seemed strange at first, but they soon got used to things.

Young fellow only thirty, dying so far away from his homeland.

He became angry every time he thought about how the tribe had been driven from its homeland.

A loud cry of "Swadesha" (homeland) has swept over the country.

It is childish to go in search of the geographic location of this homeland.

We see this the better if we turn from Venice to our own homeland.

And the pure-bred Brazilian native has not been entirely wiped off the face of his homeland.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR HOMELAND

mother country

nounnative land
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