native soil

Definition of native soil

  1. :  the place where someone is originally from They have returned to their native soil.

Word by Word Definitions

  1. :  inborn, innate

    :  belonging to a particular place by birth

    :  closely related

  1. :  one born or reared in a particular place

    :  an original or indigenous inhabitant

    :  something indigenous to a particular locality

  1. :  to stain or defile morally :  corrupt

    :  to make unclean especially superficially :  dirty

    :  to blacken or taint (as a person's reputation) by word or deed

  1. :  soilage, stain

    :  moral defilement :  corruption

    :  something that spoils or pollutes: such as

  1. :  firm land :  earth

    :  the upper layer of earth that may be dug or plowed and in which plants grow

    :  the superficial unconsolidated and usually weathered part of the mantle of a planet and especially of the earth

  1. :  to feed (livestock) in the barn or an enclosure with fresh grass or green food

    :  to purge (livestock) by feeding on green food

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