Definition of homegrown
1 : grown or produced at home or in a particular local area homegrown vegetables homegrown films
2 : native to or characteristic of a particular area the festival will feature homegrown artists
Examples of homegrown in a Sentence
The family sells their homegrown vegetables at the local market.
The music festival will feature some homegrown talent this year.
Recent Examples of homegrown from the Web
Black bean & corn salad with chipotle-honey vinaigrette During a cooking class using homegrown vegetables, one of the students brought this recipe in to share.
The only thing better than a farm stand tomato for flavor was a homegrown tomato, fresh out of your garden.
The plan was to have Salloi spend enough time in the academy to earn homegrown status, therefore securing his MLS rights.
On r/The_Donald, where dubious claims have long mixed with reality, Trump's endorsement of a homegrown GIF is now accepted as canon and lore.
Other homegrown, or rather, college-grown, produce has included Mexican cucumbers, spicy lettuce, jalapeno and serrano peppers, leeks and eggplant.
The Cornbread Mafia: A Homegrown Syndicates’s Code of Silence and the Biggest Marijuana Bust in American History.
Like many homegrown jazz talents, Allen was a product of Cass Tech and studied under the late iconic jazz trumpeter Marcus Belgrave via his jazz development workshop.
Uber retreated from China last year, selling its business there following a costly battle with homegrown rival Didi Chuxing Technology Co.
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First Known Use of homegrown
HOMEGROWN Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of homegrown for English Language Learners
: grown or made at home or in your local area
: raised in or coming from your local area
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