homebody

[hohm-bod-ee]
noun, plural homebodies.
a person who prefers pleasures and activities that center around the home; stay-at-home.

Origin:
1815–25, Americanism; home + body

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homebody (ˈhəʊmˌbɒdɪ)
 
n , pl -bodies
a person whose life and interests are centred on the home

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Example sentences
And-that free and quintessentially homebody activity-they read.
Her homebody tendencies began trending toward the agoraphobic end of the
  spectrum.
Other times, one half of a married couple might have the travel bug but the
  other is a homebody.
Stick with familiar tasks, people and locations, and enjoy a homebody phase.
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