adjective, hom·i·er, hom·i·est.
- homicide bomber,
Origin of homey1
noun, plural hom·eys, hom·ies. Slang.
Origin of homie
Examples from the Web for homey
He has a boyfriend now, a job, and a tiny, yet homey, place in one of the nicest neighborhoods in the city.
And the costuming of the soft-focus heroine is feminine, maternal and homey.Ann Romney's Milk-and-Cookies Style Emphasizes Mitt's Softer Side|Robin Givhan|December 20, 2011|DAILY BEAST
He stopped his droning speeches and adopted a feisty, homey style answering questions on the tours.
Restaurant This homey and homegrown spot on the East Coast has a table and a delicious meal with your name on it.
She recently opened her latest venture, the homey Chestnut Hill eatery Red Clay.
"What a homely, homey place," said Anne, noting everything with the eye of an artist.American Cookery|Various
It was homey in the sense that the houses in Zenith were homey.Find the Woman|Arthur Somers Roche
During those early years, he learned that the rich, racy, homey words are steeped and perfumed with beautiful associations.The Battle of Principles|Newell Dwight Hillis
Maggie was in a reminiscent mood, being wrought upon unwittingly by the sunny quiet and homey kitchen warmth.Flamsted quarries|Mary E. Waller
So the only place where truth could find that real, cozy, homey feeling was alone in a tub.Nothing But the Truth|Frederic S. Isham