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n.
[1] place , dwelling-place , residence , domicile , abode , dwelling , house , (living) quarters , habitation , lodging(s) , (Brit) accommodation/(US) accommodations , (Colloq) place , (Mainly Brit) digs , diggings
[2] (home) base , dwelling , domicile , residency , territory , abode , habitation , haunt , home ground , dwelling house , bailiwick , (Colloq) stamping-ground
[3] hospice , retreat , nursing home , old folks'/people's home , retirement community , almshouse , poorhouse , refuge , haven , institution , shelter , rest-home , (US) snug harbor
[4] at home , home plate , home base , comfortable , at ease , plate , relaxed , cosy , composed , tranquil , placid , peaceful , serene , untroubled in , accessible , available , welcoming
[5] at home with/in , base , comfortable with , conversant with , knowledgeable in/about , familiar with , well-versed in , competent in , expert in , proficient in , skilled in , up on , current in , adept in , adroit in , qualified in , (well-)informed in/on/about
[6] family , household , house , menage
[7] nursing home , rest home
adv.
[1] homeward(s)
[2] to the heart/core , to the quick , effectively , tellingly , profoundly , deeply , stingingly , cuttingly , harshly , severely , (Colloq) where it hurts , where one lives
[3] bring/drive home , stress , emphasize , impress upon , make clear
adj.
[1] domestic , native , national , internal
[2] domestic , household
[3] family , domestic
[4] interior , internal , national