His virtues are all his own—all plain, homebred, and unaffected.
There only the homebred wit and humor freely flow and flash.
It is the genuine produce of the ancient, rustic, manly, homebred sense of this country.
But any season may bring it to your own shores; or at any hour it may appear among you homebred.
Plague not yourselves nor the land of your adoption, by importing and giving perpetuity to homebred prejudices.
His virtues are all his own; all plain, homebred, and unaffected.
Thus the schoolboy hears both sides, and is so far better off than the homebred boy who hears only one.
Too soon the mother states, with jealous fear, Transport their feuds and homebred quarrels here.