come home from (some place or something)

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come home from (some place or something)

To return to one's home from another place or event. I'm always thrilled to come home from work after a long day at the office. If you don't come home from the party by curfew, you'll lose your driving privileges for a month.
See also: come, home, place
Farlex Dictionary of Idioms. © 2015 Farlex, Inc, all rights reserved.

come home from some place

to arrive home from another place. The soldiers came home from the war. When will you come home from the office?
See also: come, home, place
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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At first Levin, in answer to Kitty's question how he could have seen her last year in the carriage, told her how he had been coming home from the mowing along the highroad and had met her.
They herd together like animals and do the work of animals; but in spite of the armed overseer, the dirt and the rags, the meals of potatoes washed down by weak vinegar and water, I am beginning to believe that they would strongly object to soap, I am sure they would not wear new clothes, and I hear them coming home from their work at dusk singing.
On the very day of my coming home from Longbourn, your uncle had a most unexpected visitor.
Anne's horizons had closed in since the night she had sat there after coming home from Queen's; but if the path set before her feet was to be narrow she knew that flowers of quiet happiness would bloom along it.
By the time we saw grandfather coming home from church, we had told them pretty much all we knew of the Shimerdas.
She added: "My sister is coming home from LA and my brother is coming home from the Isle of Man so I'm cooking Christmas dinner in my house in Dublin.
Young Marcie has been taking care of a beautiful daffodil; when she learns that her mother won't be coming home from the hospital with a baby, she resolves to have the beautiful flower ready to present to her when she comes home.
Coming home with pride (Coming home with pride) Coming home with heads held high (Heads held high) Coming home from lands afar Coming home (Coming home) to your loves
Coming home with pride (I'm coming home with pride) Coming home with heads held high Coming home from lands afar Coming home to your loves
Summary: More than 400 soldiers are marching through a town centre after coming home from a tour of Afghanistan.
Porthcawl Sector Inspector Jay Winslade-Gregory said: "It was a busy time of day, maybe youngsters were coming home from school or out playing, maybe people were coming home from work.
I am interested in memories of fathers coming home from war, gassed, injured or disabled, and the effect this had on family life.
Last Christmas, Jenny's sister was coming home from California.