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homegrown

[ hohm-grohn ]
/ ˈhoʊmˈgroʊn /
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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.
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Origin of homegrown

First recorded in 1635–45; home + grown
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British Dictionary definitions for homegrown

home-grown

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