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homebody someone whose interests and activities are centered in the home.
homebred raised or bred domestically; native. [2 definitions]
home-brew any alcoholic beverage, esp. beer, that is prepared at home.
homecoming a return to one's home. [2 definitions]
home-cooked prepared and cooked at home.
home economics the skills and art of managing a home, including nutrition, interior design, and child development. [2 definitions]
home fries sliced raw or boiled potatoes fried in oil or shortening; home fried potatoes.
homegrown raised or grown at home or locally, as vegetables or fruits. [2 definitions]
homeland one's native country or region.
homeless having no home. [2 definitions]
homeless shelter a place that provides temporary shelter for the homeless, esp. for the purpose of sleep.
homely lacking beauty; plain; unattractive. [3 definitions]
homemade made at home rather than purchased. [2 definitions]
homemaker one whose main occupation is the care of a household.
homeo- similar.
home office the main office of a business, organization, or company that has several offices. [2 definitions]
homeopathy treatment of a disease with small doses of a drug that would, if taken in larger amounts, produce in a healthy individual symptoms like those of the disease. (Cf. allopathy.)
homeostasis the tendency of a physiological system, esp. of mammals and other higher animals, to remain more or less stable.
homeowner a person who owns a home, usu. his or her own residence.
home page the main page of a Web site, often having a table of contents and links to other parts of the Web site.
home plate in baseball, a five-sided flat slab of hard rubber at which the batter stands, and which the base runner must touch in order to score a run.