down-home


down–home

adjective \ˈdan-ˌhōm\

: simple and informal in a way that reminds people of life in a small town or in the country especially in the southern U.S.

Full Definition of DOWN-HOME

:  of, relating to, or having qualities (as informality and simplicity) associated with rural or small-town people especially of the Southern United States <down–home country cooking>; broadly :  simple, unpretentious

First Known Use of DOWN-HOME

1938

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