What is another word for home place?

Pronunciation: [hˈə͡ʊm plˈe͡ɪs] (IPA)

There are many synonyms for the word "home place" that can be used to describe a person's residence or dwelling. Some of these synonyms include house, dwelling, abode, residence, domicile, dwelling place, home, and homestead. Each of these words carries a slightly different connotation and can be used in different contexts. For example, "homestead" suggests a rural or agricultural dwelling, while "residence" might be more commonly used to describe a larger, more formal home. "Abode" and "dwelling" are more general terms that can describe any type of living space. Regardless of the word chosen, they all evoke a sense of comfort and safety, describing a place where one can truly feel at home.

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What are the hypernyms for Home place?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

Famous quotes with Home place

  • Here is how my father appeared to me as a boy. He came from a race of giants and demi-gods from a mythical land known as Chicago. He married the most beautiful girl ever to come crawling out of the poor and lowborn south, and there were times when I thought we were being raised by Zeus and Athena. After Happy Hour my father would drive his car home at a hundred miles an hour to see his wife and seven children. He would get out of his car, a strapping flight jacketed matinee idol, and walk toward his house, his knuckles dragging along the ground, his shoes stepping on and killing small animals in his slouching amble toward the home place. My sister, Carol, stationed at the door, would call out, "Godzilla's home!" and we seven children would scamper toward the door to watch his entry. The door would be flung open and the strongest Marine aviator on earth would shout, "Stand by for a fighter pilot!" He would then line his seven kids up against the wall and say, "Who's the greatest of them all?" "You are, O Great Santini, you are." "Who knows all, sees all, and hears all?" "You do, O Great Santini, you do." We were not in the middle of a normal childhood, yet none of us were sure since it was the only childhood we would ever have. For all we knew other men were coming home and shouting to their families, "Stand by for a pharmacist," or "Stand by for a chiropractor".
    Pat Conroy

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