Hometown [noun]

Definition of Hometown:

birthplace, environment

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Sentence/Example of Hometown:

It was also interpreted as a reference to the world-famous Carnaval de Barranquilla, which is held in Shakira’s hometown in Colombia.

Instead, she took it back to her hometown of Omaha and directed the spotlight on her older sister, Lacey Lamar.

This January luxury, you might think, must occur in California or Florida, but Jabbour gardens in her hometown of Halifax, Nova Scotia.

Teams are set in local markets so fans can support their hometown.

He spent the next three years playing in the Kontinental Hockey League in Russia for his hometown team.

They can take it back to their hometown and set off transmission there.

The remaining third, in partnership with the King County Housing Authority, will go toward preserving 1,000 affordable apartment units in Bellevue, the Seattle suburb set to house most of Amazon’s hometown growth in the coming years.

As a champion of Manifest Destiny, he also considered a strong union essential to his vision of a coast-to-coast nation, knit together by a network of railroads converging on his hometown of Chicago.

He launched Nongfu Spring in his hometown of Hangzhou by selling water bottled from a nearby reservoir to local vendors.

Bufoni moved from her hometown of São Paulo in 2007 to train in Southern California.