homeward-bound homeward-bound


  • (adj) oriented toward home


  1. Turkey's Foreign Minister Hasan Saka, homeward-bound from San Francisco, dropped off in London for a call on Britain's Foreign Secretary Anthony Eden.
  2. President Hosni Mubarak on Wednesday called off a meeting with the homeward-bound Secretary of State, citing ill health and sending his foreign minister instead.
  3. They gave thousands of homeward-bound motorists accurate reports on where the tornado was heading, warned of streets already clogged with mangled power lines and telephone poles.


  • Black: Horses are as good as gold

    Some horses are as good as gold. They take care of kids just learning, old cowgirls with osteoporosis, cowboys of any age who should have a designated driver and homeward-bound riders lost in a blizzard.
    on August 17, 2013     Source: Amarillo Globe-News

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