homey

1 [hoh-mee]
Also, homy.


Origin:
1850–55; home + -y1

homeyness, hominess, noun

homely, homey.


See homely.
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homey

2 [hoh-mee]
noun, plural homeys, homies. Slang.
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homey (ˈhəʊmɪ)
 
adj , homier, homiest
1.  a variant spelling (esp US) of homy
 
n
2.  informal (NZ) a British person
 
'homeyness
 
n

homy or homey (ˈhəʊmɪ)
 
adj , homier, homiest
like a home, esp in comfort or informality; cosy
 
homey or homey
 
adj
 
'hominess or homey
 
n
 
'homeyness or homey
 
n

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homes definition


and homey; homie
  1. n.
    a buddy; a pal. (Originally between blacks. Also a term of address. See also holmes.) : Me and my homie want to go with you.
Dictionary of American Slang and Colloquial Expressions by Richard A. Spears.Fourth Edition.
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Example sentences
All accommodations are rustic woods cabins that offer comfortable furniture,
  homey touches and lots of space.
There's a swimming pool out back, and the interior is comfortable and homey.
Also thrilling is a selection of homey relics-perfume bottles, drinking bowls,
  a dog collar-that prompt shivers of recognition.
When his job got in the way, he quit, feeding his three kids by producing and
  selling homey oil paintings in shopping malls.
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