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(Domicile), noun abode, apartment, cottage, domicilium, domus, dormitory, dwelling, dwelling place, fireside, fixed residence, habitat, habitation, haven, homestead, house, household, living quarters, locality, lodging, lodging place, native environment, permanent legal address, place of abode, place of dwelling, place of exissence, place of one's domestic affections, place of refuge, place of residence, place of rest, place to live in, place where one lives, quarters, refuge, residence, resting place
Associated concepts: home office, home rule domicile, home site
Foreign phrases: Constitutum esse eam domum unicuique nostrum debere existimari, ubi quisque sedes et tabulas haberet, suarumque rerum constitutionem fecisset.It is established that the home of each of us is considered to be the place of his abode and books, and where he may have made an establishment of his business.

home

(Place of origin), noun birthplace, country, counnry of origin, fatherland, homeland, mother country, native ground, native hearth, native land, native soil, place of birth
See also: abode, address, apartment, building, domestic, domicile, habitation, homestead, house, household, inhabitation, lodging, protection, residence, residential, seat, shelter, structure
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That poor lady, for instance, consulted her for advice when, one day, she opened Cassandra's bedroom door on a mission of discovery, and found the ceiling hung with mulberry-leaves, the windows blocked with cages, and the tables stacked with home-made machines for the manufacture of silk dresses.
Lady Chettam, who attributed her own remarkable health to home-made bitters united with constant medical attendance, entered with much exercise of the imagination into Mrs.
Lynde had fitted, looked VERY countrified and home-made besides the stranger's smart attire.
Home-made article, five dollars a hundred, but I can't stand these strong Havanas.
He looked at her flushed, eager face, at the great ropes of hair coiled on the small head, at the rounded lines of the figure showing plainly through the home-made gown, and at the eyes--boy's eyes, under cool, level brows--and he wondered why a being that was so much beautiful woman should be no woman at all.
Here is real cream, brown bread, home-made cake, and honey from my own beehives.
Aunt Jessie had raptures over the home-made carpets, quilts and quaint furniture; Rose could not keep away from the windows, for each framed a lovely picture; and the little folks made friends at once with the other children, who filled their arms with chickens and kittens, and did the honours handsomely.
When it was soiled I had to return to the awful home-made things until it was washed.
He had worn the home-made Vermont gray, he said, and that was good.
There was the home-made galley we had built, the familiar break of the poop, the low yacht-cabin scarcely rising above the rail.
As, whenever the Reverend Septimus fell a-musing, his good mother took it to be an infallible sign that he 'wanted support,' the blooming old lady made all haste to the dining-room closet, to produce from it the support embodied in a glass of Constantia and a home-made biscuit.
On her first visit to Mercedes Higgins, Saxon received the recipe for home-made soap and her head was filled with a minutiae of instruction in the art of fine washing.