homing : Definition, Usages, News and More
- v provide with, or send to, a home
- v return home accurately from a long distance
- s orienting or directing homeward or to a destination
the homing instinct
a homing beacon
- Guidance System: Homing mode: Active or passiveactive acoustic homing.
- Bred and trained by man, it has become a valiant message carrier, famed for its speed and homing instinct.
- Vetoed a bill to mobilize homing pigeons for national defense.
- Larry Drew in The Associated Press
I want to take some of the wear and tear offJohnson, Drew said. "That's something we really have to look at. Playing night in and out with people homing in on you makes it tough. I want to make it easier on him."
- Shonda Rhimes in Toronto Star
This season we're homing in on really making it a show that the stories tell more of the ethical dilemmas that our doctors have to face,series creator Shonda Rhimes said in July. "There is surgery in it because Addison is a surgeon, and...
- James Madison in Washington Post
- Linda R. of Madison, Ala., says: "I work at a pet store, and a customer brought two doves to me, complaining that they had purchased them for a wedding, as a fly-away effect. She didn't buy homing pigeons. These doves don't have the homing gene...