Definition of homeward-bound in English:

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homeward-bound

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adjective

On the way home: the next day we were homeward-bound
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  • Posh nosh is on the menu for weary homeward-bound commuters.
  • Luckily my homeward-bound train appeared almost immediately and soon I was in front of the telly, with another glass of wine in my hand, my cat at my side, and watching a video of Billy Connolly - a perfect way in which to round off the day.
  • Unfortunately, it took nearly 48 hours for my bags to catch up with me at my Manhattan hotel, but on boarding the homeward-bound flight the airline gave me £50 for the inconvenience.
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