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Definition of "home-grown" []

  • Having been produced locally. (adjective)

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Use "home-grown" in a sentence
  • "In the last Champions League final Barcelona had eight players that were home-grown, which is an incredible statistic."
  • "Western countries have become increasingly concerned about so-called "home-grown" terrorism in recent years, and surely the arrest of an American for plotting a 9/11 anniversary attack would be seen by some as a cue to reopen contentious debates about how America balances liberty and security."
  • "Recognizing that U.S. foreign assistance does not fund abortion services, he states flatly that, "Support for contraception does not imply or require support for abortion," and goes on say that, "... women in Congo have enough home-grown problems without importing irrelevant, Western controversies.""
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