We wanted to make it kind o' pleasant for ye, Sis; an'—an' homelike.
The room looked just as it used to look, just as neat, just as homelike, just as well kept.
It is a nice, homelike place, and it will be very jolly, all being together.
It is peaceful, it is grand, too, from its very extent; but it is not homelike.
They had been her heritage and were natural and homelike to her.
The flora was modern enough to give them a homelike feeling.
Breakfasts may be homelike, informal affairs, or quite ceremonious.
The rooms are so huge, at least most of them are, and still it is homelike.
They say it is fine and homelike there, but it will surely be some comedown after Rue Brea.
There are few homes where the evenings are as homelike as they could easily be.