Adjective "Homemade" definition and examples

Pronunciation

/ˌhəʊmˈmeɪd/

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Definitions and examples

adjective

Made at home, rather than in a shop or factory.
  1. 'The home-made bread is a treat, the wine list is the work of a born explorer, and the desserts are spectacular.'
  2. 'Tony was also given a few easy and quick recipes, such as a healthy stir-fry and a home-made salad dressing.'
  3. 'We couldn't resist the home-made bread and butter pudding and the rhubarb and ginger crumble.'
  4. 'Goods on sale included meat, organic trout, home-made cakes, plants and cheese.'
  5. 'It was a slice of bread, with home-made plum jam, and a glass of skimmed milk.'
  6. 'Organic meats and home-made bread are staples of the daily changing menu.'
  7. 'In the time it takes to reheat a ready-made meal, you can put a home-made soup, smart pasta dish or a risotto on the table.'
  8. 'We'd have this with a home-made steak pie or black sausage.'
  9. 'His mum sent him off with clean clothes and a tin of home-made scones.'
  10. 'The toddlers had paid to decorate home-made buns - and enjoyed eating them too.'

Definitions

1. made or prepared at home, locally, or by the maker's own efforts: The restaurant's pastry is homemade. Breakfast at the farmhouse always meant homemade preserves.

2. made in one's own country; domestic: I prefer a homemade car to one of those foreign models.

3. made, contrived, or assembled by oneself; not professionally made or done; amateurish: the plain look of homemade furniture.

More examples(as adjective)

"ourses can be homemade to people."

"dishes can be homemade at units."

"bombs can be homemade."

"explosives can be homemade."

"devices can be homemade."

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