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- n. the people of your home locality (especially your own family)
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On a Saturday night, even in the cold hangover of January, the homefolk are out in force.
IN THE spring of 1859 he was again writing lush, descriptive letters to the homefolk.
Our homefolk always call it the Danes, or the Denes, which is no more, they tell me, than a hollow place, even as the word ‘den’ is.
Our homefolk always call it the Danes, or the Denes, which is no more, they tell me, than a hollow place, even as the word 'den' is.
Of course I live in a state where my iconic congressman is so proudly anti-earmark, he refuses to do a darn thing for the homefolk at all.
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