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native home

noun as in birthplace

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Wine took me from my beautiful native home of California to South America and to France, where I live today.

But that book was an origin story, only the beginning of the start of my fight for the heart of my native home.

“I cannot write my native language and have no native home any more,” Kerouac wrote in 1950.

The native home of the Pomegranate is not very certainly known, but the evidence chiefly points to the North of Africa.

Having its native home in the East, it enters largely into the history and imagery of the Bible.

The tailor liked it there so much that he never returned to his native home.

Accompanied with a guard, he was again permitted to breathe the pure air of his native home, but not in freedom.

This appears to be the native home of the grape-vine, where all varieties flourish finely.

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On this page you'll find 7 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to native home, such as: fatherland, motherland, country of origin, native land, one's country, and place of origin.

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

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