In response, Iran has carried out mass arrests at home—and backed a series of offensives against ISIS abroad.
This is a local facilitator and two operatives coming from abroad on a mission with a connection to al Qaeda.
There is a struggle between freedom and fundamentalism in our time, both at home and abroad.
To add to his woes, the president is repeatedly stiff-armed, both at home and abroad.
He faces problems at home and abroad that only someone who can carry the nation with him would be capable of solving.
The day that he arrived there he proposed to me to accompany him abroad.
They tried it out at home and when it proved a success, they carried it abroad.
He came back here leading Battery B. His promotion was due to distinguished service performed while abroad.
My physician and my guardian, not knowing what else to do with me, sent me abroad.
The criticism heaped on Ebenezer for his part in it had only served to make him more arrogant at home and abroad.
mid-13c., "widely apart," from Old English on brede, which meant something like "at wide" (see broad (adj.)). The sense "out of doors, away from home" (late 14c.) led to the main modern sense of "out of one's country, overseas" (mid-15c.).