homegrown

[ hohm-grohn ]
/ ˈhoʊmˈgroʊn /

adjective

grown or produced at home or in a particular region for local consumption: homegrown tomatoes.
native to, characteristic of, or developed in a particular region: the music of our own homegrown musicians; a community known for its homegrown hospitality; America’s homegrown terrorists.

Nearby words

  1. homebuilder,
  2. homebuilding,
  3. homebuyer,
  4. homecoming,
  5. homegirl,
  6. homeland,
  7. homeland security,
  8. homelands movement,
  9. homeless,
  10. homelessly

Origin of homegrown

First recorded in 1635–45; home + grown

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British Dictionary definitions for home-grown

home-grown

adjective

(esp of fruit and vegetables) produced in one's own country, district, estate, or garden
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