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  • n. A field adjacent to its owner's home.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. A field adjacent to its owner's home.


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home +‎ field


  • The Lobos, who struggled early in homefield losses to TCU and Texas A&M, ended a skid of 11 straight losses when their opponent scores first.

  • "The purpose was to gain homefield advantage so we had to match that intensity and make it important for us so that became our playoff game, too."

  • The loss by the Rams (12-4) allowed the Philadelphia Eagles to gain homefield.

  • Like tahoeman said- it's called homefield advantage. - News

  • The Brooklyn Cyclones will no longer call their homefield "Keyspan Park," ushering in a new era for the beloved minor league baseball team.

    NY Post: News

  • Will the Illuminati have some kind of homefield advantage, being from nearby New York?

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  • I know they're facing off at the Linc and homefield advantage and whatnot, but I truly believe the Falcons are the better team at this point.

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  • Given the USSR's greater population, homefield/winter advantage, and the German 2nd front disadvantage, it is somewhat amazing the Germans had the successes they did and held off the Soviets for as long as they did.

    Orwell and War Socialism, Bryan Caplan | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • With homefield advantage, Spain is as short as 1/4 and it could pay to include this in a multiple bet with some other short-priced favorites.

    Tip of the day

  • India is a narrow favorite at 4/6, with Sri Lanka available at 11/8, mostly due to the fact India has homefield advantage at Mumbai's Wankhede Stadium.

    Tip of the day


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