Definition of Homecomers
1. homecomer [n] - See also: homecomer
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Literary usage of Homecomers
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Sunset by Southern Pacific Company, Southern Pacific Company. Passenger Dept (1910)
"So we sat without saying anything until laughter and steps on the outer pavement told us of the homecomers. We heard a young man's voice remonstrate against ..."
2. Annual Report by Ohio State Board of Agriculture (1908)
"homecomers and visitors were loud with praise for such a splendid showing of vegetables, grains and grasses. DK Bell, from New York, stood in amazement as ..."
3. The New York Times Current History (1917)
"... all of which are no more fantastic than the adventures which the fifty homecomers told on the journey. The Wali was waiting and the commanding General; ..."
4. Writing of Today: Models of Journalistic Prose by Gerhard Richard Lomer (1919)
"... too, when the homecomers, were our brothers in the great fight. The 45 rocking with joy, burst forth in the im- American Army, particularly all that ..."
5. Life of Richard Wagner by Carl Friedrich Glasenapp, William Ashton Ellis (1908)
"I know this chorus can be rendered and stage-managed well at Berlin : moreover, the budding staff, actually borne in the midst of the homecomers, ..."
6. The Worker and His Work: Readings in Present Day Literature Presenting Some by Stella Stewart Center (1920)
"The dishpan was thrown to a convenient place under the lilac bushes and, the whole affair cleared up, we turned back to welcome the homecomers with as ..."