Examples of hometown in a Sentence
She returned to her hometown to stay after college.
Recent Examples of hometown from the Web
On his first day at the Adelanto Detention Facility, Avelica pictured his future: back in his hometown of San Juan de Abajo in the coastal state of Nayarit, sitting alone, despondent, on a rustic bench outside his late parents’ empty brick house.
Holdsworth has spent the past five years working with geologists at Northumbria University, in his hometown of Newcastle, to develop a new way of visualizing these rivers of slow-moving ice.
While traveling to school by bus in October 2012, she was shot in the head in retaliation for her campaign for girls to be given equal education rights in the conservative country, defying threats from militants in her hometown of Mingora.
Taylor, who married Laughlin in his hometown of Milwaukee, was 85.
The Arnolds’ political donations skew leftward — making them an outlier among the richest of the rich in their hometown of Houston.
The South Florida sports community got a moment of excitement Thursday when news came out that hometown hero Frank Gore will be signing a one-year deal to play with the Miami Dolphins.
Benson's group bought the team for $70 million on May 31, 1985, and the man once labeled a tire-kicker was hailed as a hometown hero.
McCane, 22, defeated hometown hero Sharaya Moreu by split decision.
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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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