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We go to a school close to our home.
a child in need of a loving home
Peter isn't at home today.
I hate being away from home too long.
He is 43 and still living at home.
I left home when I was 18.
We decided to make Jamaica our home.
a great opportunity in markets both at home and abroad
Back home, the weather is much better.
California is home to many vineyards.
a home computer
Write your home address at the top of your letter.
My home life is very important to me.
One thousand new homes are being built in the area.
There is a shortage of homes for rent.
New Jersey is the home of professional basketball.
The Diamondbacks are playing at home tonight.
These wetlands are the home of a great variety of wildlife.
Daniel looks very at home with the children.
They did everything they could to make me feel at home.
New York felt like a home away from home for Jim.
Make yourself at home while I go and find those photographs.
This is the American English definition of home. View British English definition of home.
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