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  • adj. comparative form of homey: more homey


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  • These stores look "homier" with the extra color, too - Apple stores remind me of an airport. chemaz101 on 26 Oct 2009 - 22: 46 / All

  • He has swapped out Dr. Weston's chair each season trying to get comfortable and places Irish tea bags, favorite books and framed photos of friends and family around the room to make it homier.

    Getting Comfortable but Not Too Familiar

  • In the evening, temperatures drop to sweater-level and an even homier vibe spreads across the starry scape.

    Keeping Reality at Bay

  • Does this herald a permanent return to a homier culture?

    Home Economics

  • If it seems like Fredi Sandwich Bar, a new spot in the Union Square area, is homier and more personal than the average restaurant, there's good reason for that.

    A Foodie Family's Labor of Love

  • We made it homier—sang songs, whistled and made a general nuisance of ourselves.

    Crossing Mandelbaum Gate

  • Yes, hospitals may provide these, but it can feel “homier” if they are actually from home.

    You Raising Your Child

  • "Prince William County is not quite as pricey and is homier than Fairfax County," said Vicki Yoho.

    Where We Live: Lake Ridge, in Virginia's Prince William County

  • The Catos 'furniture, with its blues and yellows and traditional lines, had a homier feel to it.


  • This lightweight, pleasant story is set in Heaven among the "Country Angels," a homier and humbler brand of angelic being, whose friend is St. Nicholas.

    A Book With Santa as Saint


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