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.
Recent Examples of homeland from the Web
In return, the DUP will support the Tories (the Conservative Party) on platforms like homeland security legislation and Brexit negotiations by providing the necessary votes.
The buyout also reaffirmed a previous board's decision to name the homeland security center after Breuder, who oversaw the building's construction and had been among its proudest boosters.
As recently as late May, John F. Kelly, the secretary of homeland security, had considered banning laptops on all flights to the United States.
Nomad Outland figured, why not keep the sherry barrels in their homeland instead of sending them to Scotland?
Avraham, who is from Israel, is returning to his homeland to make aliyah with his wife and family.
The Five Traitors—leading its homeland of Jutland into war against the evil Ruzi Empire.
With help from the Thunder, the NBA, homeland security and his lawyers, Enes Kanter returned to the US and later addressed reporters in New York at the NBA Players Association headquarters.
Now her superhero gets her own movie, an origin story of her Amazonian homeland and her valiant deeds in World War I. Directed by Patty Jenkins (who grew up in Lawrence).
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First Known Use of homeland
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
HOMELAND Defined for Kids
Definition of homeland for Students
: the country a person comes from
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