go home


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Verb1.go home - return home; "After the movie, we went home"
return - go or come back to place, condition, or activity where one has been before; "return to your native land"; "the professor returned to his teaching position after serving as Dean"
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Now I saw plainly the goodness of his observations about the middle station of life, how easy, how comfortably he had lived all his days, and never had been exposed to tempests at sea or troubles on shore; and I resolved that I would, like a true repenting prodigal, go home to my father.
Well, we'll let the cry-baby go home to his mother, won't we, Huck?
I must go home," repeated Diana, stupidly but determinedly.
Go and say good-bye to Miss Watkin, and we'll go home.
In that case," said Tom Cecial, "I was a madman of my own accord when I volunteered to become your squire, and, of my own accord, I'll leave off being one and go home.
One of them had to go home to try on a ball-dress; for it was just the dress and the ball which had caused her to be confirmed this time, for otherwise she would not have come; the other was a poor boy, who had borrowed his coat and boots to be confirmed in from the innkeeper's son, and he was to give them back by a certain hour; the third said that he never went to a strange place if his parents were not with him--that he had always been a good boy hitherto, and would still be so now that he was confirmed, and that one ought not to laugh at him for it: the others, however, did make fun of him, after all.
Go home without me, my own Esther; I shall never go home any more
You fetch them to the cave, and you're always as polite as pie to them; and by and by they fall in love with you, and never want to go home any more.
Do you not think that I had better go home before it gets dark?
I shall keep my word, and see that she is n't slighted at my party, for I want her to love me, and go home feeling all right.
He could never understand and explain to himself why, when he was tired and worn out, when it would have been more convenient for him to go home by the shortest and most direct way, he had returned by the Hay Market where he had no need to go.
White Fang knew the meaning of "home," and though he did not understand the remainder of the master's language, he knew it was his will that he should go home.