homey

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No, but like having everything so homey and—and—so genuine at our wedding?

"What a homely, homey place," said Anne, noting everything with the eye of an artist.

The room, evidently the best in the house, was homey and comfortable.

The farmhouses all put forth a comfortable, settled, homey look.

It was homey in the sense that the houses in Zenith were homey.

Not from the great Lum-tum, though your voice is kind of homey.

It was all very peaceful and homey, and Dick felt no regrets for Leonardville.

Certainly it was not too luxurious; but it was comfortable and “homey.”

She had romped enough, she said, and needed something "homey."

She was not suited to the commercial world—she was too homey, too housewifely.

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