Recent Examples of homey from the Web
A big slab of goetta was browned on the grill then broken up, mixed with just enough grilled onion and green pepper to give it a little extra flavor and crunch, then topped with two homey fried eggs.
When Obama arrived for the first time as president in 2009, his destination was a homey bistro on a Parisian side street -- all warm light, red-and-white tablecloths, and the constant din of clinking glasses and potatoes being thrust into hot oil.
Fair Street's homey feel enhances the shopping experience, a cozy place to browse.
For Gary locals, homey pop-up eateries affectionately called hole-in-the-walls are far more popular than chain restaurants.
Catalan food, and a homey sandwich of bread, ham and tomatoes.
The luxury property sits on 1.7 acres but has a surprisingly homey feel.
The restaurant is especially known for its homey atmosphere.
Hospice residents here, and soon at Holmes Park House, find homey touches like handmade quilts.
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First Known Use of homey
Examples of homey in a Sentence
the fatal shooting of a fellow homey was just the wake-up call he needed to get out of the drug trade
Origin and Etymology of homey
by shortening & alteration
First Known Use: 1929See Words from the same year
HOMEY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of homey for English Language Learners
: comfortable or familiar like home
HOMEY Defined for Kids
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