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home bird Line breaks: home bird

Definition of home bird in English:


British informal
Another term for homebody. he’s a bit of a home bird and might want to take you to his mum’s every night
More example sentences
  • He enjoys his job and finds it a challenge but we are home birds at heart and enjoy spending all our time with each other and the children.
  • People who don't have to travel for work purposes always assume it is great, but to be honest it gets very tiring being on aircraft and staying in hotels all the time, it's nice to be a home bird again.
  • Changes have also occurred in her habits: she used to be very much a home bird, but in recent weeks has increasingly been seen dining at such upmarket Berlin restaurants as Chez Maurice and Carpaccio.
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