Examples of homeland in a Sentence
He returned to his homeland for the first time in many years.
The rebels are fighting for an independent homeland.
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Barcelona and Real Madrid, there had been suggestions that the 23-year-old could be heading back to his homeland.
Sisi’s intervention underscores just how important Salah has become, not just to his team but to his homeland.
Maxima will return to her homeland once more to attend her sister’s funeral.
Trump has so far allowed only one prisoner to leave: a Saudi who was transferred to his homeland to serve out the rest of his sentence as part of a plea deal.
In 2016, the Guardian profiled a Russian spy couple who, after years of posing successfully as an American family, fled to their homeland, leaving behind two adult children and lingering doubt about what the older child knew and when.
Influential reformers like John Calvin began preaching about the special part Jews would play in the events leading up to Christ’s second coming, especially their eventual return to their homeland after centuries of exile.
Latvia, with its large Russian speaking population, is close enough to their homeland to be comfortably familiar.
The song details the story of an undocumented immigrant who can't return to his homeland and is caught in a culture clash with his sons, who speak English.
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HOMELAND Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of homeland for English Language Learners
: the country where someone was born or grew up
: a usually large area where a particular group of people can live
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