Definition of Home from home
1. Noun. A place where you are just as comfortable and content as if you were home.
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Literary usage of Home from home
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Macmillan's Magazine by David Masson, George Grove, John Morley, Mowbray Morris (1896)
"Again, “The Rowdy-Dowdy Swells found this house a Home from Home, and count the landlady and her family among the dearest of their friends. ..."
2. Irish Poets and Novelists by Denis Oliver Crowley (1892)
"It is entitled THE CALL FROM HOME. From home and hearth and garden it resounds From chamber stairs, and all the old house bounds, And from our boyhood's old ..."
3. The Irish Quarterly Review (1855)
"... FROM HOME. From home, and hearth, and garden It resounds, From chamber, stair, and all the old house bounds, And from our boyhood's old play grounds. ..."
4. Mind and Voice: Principles and Methods in Vocal Training by Samuel Silas Curry (1910)
""Home, Home, from Home." He sigh'd, with sadden'd brow. Ask'dI then the peasant boy, " Whither thy way? " " Home, Home, my Home t " He cried in accents gay. ..."
5. Annual Report by Illinois Farmers' Institute (1898)
"It is from home. From home—that spot to which his heart is tied with unseen cords. Perhaps he left home caring little for it. Perhaps harsh necessity drove ..."