homecomer

homecomer

(ˈhəʊmˌkʌmə)
n
someone who is coming home
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We watch the watcher of homecomers choose to become the homecomer.
I am delighted to see the attention to oral history research and individual histories (the lives of Jerry Daniels and Father Bertrais) and the critiques of other writings such as The Spirit Catches You and You Fall Down (Fadiman, 1997) and The Late Homecomer (Yang.
Goodwillie, the latest humbled homecomer, says watching Leigh Griffiths tear up the SPL has given him hope of resurrecting his career.
Every successful homecomer in the competition will also receive a ticket to attend the Games.
And the homecomer believes he has seen enough already to convince him that Mose will not be sucked into the relegation dogfight in the forthcoming season.
A significant difference was found between MKs and Non-MKs on the Parents as Facilitators of Independence scale of the Parental Attachment Questionnaire and the Cultural Distance and Interpersonal Distance scales of the Homecomer Culture Shock scale.
HOMECOMER AND HOPEFULS: Pete Waterman (above) and Tony Williams (left) and Joe Hermitage of Out of the Blue
As one approaches the city by sea, along the length of Belfast Lough, these green rolling hills are an attractive and an inviting backdrop for both the visitor and for the homecomer.
"Although I'm back in Dublin for my new show, I haven't the zeal of the homecomer and will never come back to live.
Every sentence must be a so-called homecomer who could survive the war.