homewards : Definition, Usages, News and More
- Reluctantly, they began to drift homewards.
- In the evening the same antlike processions marched silently homewards.
- They came to the Rio Merarwi and here, stars ill-boding, three of their canoes capsized, dumping out five months' provender and sending the party speedily homewards.
- Alex Salmond in BBC News
Football fans' groups from Scotland, England, Wales and Northern Ireland have spoken out against Mr Brown's proposal - opposition which Mr Salmond said would "send him homewards to think again".