Examples of motherland in a Sentence
for many oenophiles, France remains the motherland of fine wines
all his life he longed to return to his motherland
Recent Examples of motherland from the Web
But in my motherland, having a beautiful smile, being happy and feeling good is not only a crime but a cardinal sin.
And the overwhelmed sons of the motherland dug in and emerged triumphant against improbable odds.
Russia's World Cup soccer team, metamorphosed from national laughingstock to heroes of the motherland in less than a week.
Batekhin’s motherland is a running theme in his collection.
Xi Jinping, who recently awarded himself an unlimited lease on China’s presidency, insists that Taiwan’s return to the motherland cannot wait for ever.
USA TODAY Sports The push and pull of modern stock car racing were on full display Sunday at Michigan International Speedway, only a few laps from the automotive motherland of Detroit.
The example that struck me most is this long bit about visiting Africa, the joy and pride of visiting the motherland.
Because even though the Kardashians have jet-set back to the motherland, Everybody’s Favorite Best Friend Malika Haqq is still posted up in Cleveland, ready to take her girls home when the time comes.
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MOTHERLAND Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of motherland for English Language Learners
: the country where you were born or where your family came from
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