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She had a trunk for her clothes and another for the various odds and ends, cushions, lampshades, photograph frames, with which she had tried to give the apartments a home-like air; she had two or three large cardboard boxes besides, but in all there was no more than could be put on the roof of a four-wheeler.
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It was hard to realise-but there it was, all about us, and in the morning we were awakened by the sweet, sweet, home-like song of the Robins in the trees, singing their "Cheerup, cheerily," just as they do it in Ontario and Connecticut.
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It had the same comfort as was manifested in the home-like outer court; moreover, it was warm and rich in soft hues.
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Nowhere else is there that home-like atmosphere, that all-pervading spirit of helpfulness and cheerfulness and good-will.
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Each room contains furnishings necessary to make the room comfortable and home-like.
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The home-like surroundings of the Institute and the care and attention which they are given, allow small opportunity for children to become homesick, especially when it is remembered that they are busy for the larger portion of the day, at work which is to them of absorbing interest.
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You see he's one of those men who think home isn't home-like unless it's sort of free and easy.
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I do so the more cheerfully as it enables the editors of this weekly to publish twenty-seven more columns of Miss Braddon's "Outcasts of Society" and the remainder of the "Duke's Motto,"-two works which in the quiet simplicity of their home-like pictures and household incidents are attended with none of the difficulties which beset my unhappy story.
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The lawn before them was gay with evergreens, relieved by the first few flowers and fresh turf of the reviving spring; and at a distance, through an opening amongst the trees, the sea, blue and tranquil, bounded the view, and contrasted the more confined and home-like features of the scene.
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But the stately apartment looked more cosy and home-like than usual.
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Jean was seeing the Lazy A restored to its old-time home-like prosperity.
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A most home-like and happy-looking region.
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No houses could well be in better harmony with their surroundings, or more pleasing to the eye, or more home-like and comfortable-looking.
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It was the smarter place, but, like most smart things, not at all pretty, or pleasant, or home-like; so, while we were at dinner, the servant-girl dusted and scrubbed the counting-house chairs, and we sat there all the rest of the day.
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How sweet and home-like it is to have you with me!
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A strange word for the old rover; but we all have a taste for home and the home-like, disguise it how we may.
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It would have been friendly, home-like.
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It was a pleasant home-like scene which met Douglas' eyes as he entered the little sitting-room.
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But it became very home-like to me.
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Dick had already become accustomed to the white-robed servants, at the hotel at Madras, and everything seemed to him pleasant and home-like.
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Examples of Home-like

Example #1
As they drove through Victoria Street Philip sat well back in the cab in case Norah should happen to be passing.
Example #2
Mildred saw the rooms in the morning, was satisfied with them, and after luncheon Philip went up with her to Highbury.
Example #3
Our cache was all right; so, our stock of luxuries was replenished.
Example #4
We were like starving Indians suddenly surrounded by Caribou.
Example #5
Seldom did Jane Withersteen enter her room without looking into her mirror.
Example #6
She passed through a huge low ceiled chamber, like the inside of a fort, and into a smaller one where a bright wood-fire blazed in an old open fireplace, and from this into her own room.