Examples of hometown in a Sentence
She returned to her hometown to stay after college.
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Seven months later, Adam and Danielle got married on July 22, 2006 in a small ceremony in their hometown.
Amy Adams stars as a deeply wounded newspaper reporter named Camille Preaker, who returns to her hometown to report on the murder of one teen girl and the disappearance of another — and face her own past.
After roughly a year of touring, Jones arrived back in her hometown to perform.
Before the ceremony, awards were announced in home markets and hometown fans were part of most celebrations.
Whitley, who was drafted from Alamo Heights High School, helped the Hooks clinch the Texas League first half in his hometown.
Born in Syracuse in 1928, the lanky Mr. Meltzer was an all-city high school basketball star in his hometown.
Under each man's name was a hometown, but the name Harold Thomas never jumped out before because San Jose, California, was listed beneath it, and the group of friends had just always assumed their buddy was actually from Louisiana.
Hart led the first Good Ride in 2016 out of Laughlin, Nevada, close to his hometown of Las Vegas, and since then the ride has traveled to popular two-wheeler destinations in the U.S. such as Arizona and Sturgis, South Dakota.
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HOMETOWN Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of hometown for English Language Learners
: the city or town where you were born or grew up
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