from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. An informal reception in one's home.
- adj. Being, occurring, or functioning in one's home: at-home workers; at-home care.
- adj. Designed for or appropriate for one's home: at-home fashions.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A reception announced by a card stating that on a specified day a host or hostess will be “at home” during certain hours to receive and entertain visitors.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
They say the companies are billing for an overabundance of long-term at-home services for patient populations that would be better off with more coordinated care.
Are you surprised by who took the title and at-home prize?
I will embrace my at-home mom-ness enthusiastically, because it deserves my enthusiasm.
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The at-home TV experience, he said, is better than ever.
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If you haven't yet read the two-volume biography of Darwin by Janet Browne, I highly recommend it -- for at-home rather than travel reading, though, as the volumes are large and hefty even in paperback (no pocketbook version, as far as I know).
I believe we were able to leverage pop culture and food and drink in many facets of our marketing campaign, whether it involved celebrities or the continued trend in at-home organic gardening.
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