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afield away from one's home. [1/2 definitions]
appliance a device used for a particular purpose. Stoves and refrigerators are appliances used in the home.
a roof over one's head a place to live; home; shelter.
bathrobe a loose garment worn before or after bathing, over pajamas, or for relaxing in the home.
bulletin board a board on which things such as notices or advertisements are displayed. A bulletin board usually hangs on a wall either in your home or in a public place.
bum (informal) a poor person with no home and no job; tramp. [1/3 definitions]
burrow a hole or tunnel dug by certain animals for use as a hiding place or home. [1/3 definitions]
caravan a British word for a vehicle that can be pulled and is used as a camper, home, or office. Caravan has the same meaning as trailer. [1/3 definitions]
catcher the player who is behind the batter at home plate in baseball or softball. The catcher catches balls thrown by the pitcher.
cleaning clothing that is taken to a dry-cleaning store instead of being washed at home.
colony a place where a group of people come to settle which is under the control of their home country. [1/2 definitions]
day care care during the day in a home or day-care center for children too young for school or older children after school or during vacation. Day care may also offer care for elderly or disabled people.
dine out to eat dinner away from one's home.
dining room a room in a home or hotel where meals are eaten.
displace to force out of a home territory or particular place. [1/3 definitions]
domestic of or related to the home or family. [1/3 definitions]
dwell to have one's home in; live or stay in. [1/2 definitions]
dwelling a place where a person lives; home; house.
exile a person who is separated from his or her country or home. [2/3 definitions]
foul line either of the lines on a baseball field drawn from home plate through first and third bases to the outfield. Foul lines mark the area within which fair play takes place. [1/2 definitions]
Four-H club an organization in the U.S. that teaches young people about farming and how to take care of a home. Four-H clubs are so named because they are meant to improve the heads, hearts, hands, and health of their members.