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feel at home

To feel very comfortable in a particular group, setting, or place. I know I haven't been dating Ryan for very long, but I do feel at home when we're with his family. I've never felt more at home than I do on a baseball diamond.
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Farlex Dictionary of Idioms. © 2015 Farlex, Inc, all rights reserved.

feel at home

to feel as if one belongs; to feel as if one were in one's home; to feel accepted. I liked my dormitory room. I really felt at home there. We will do whatever we can to make you feel at home.
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AVRAM GRANT is finally feeling at home with Chelsea - after getting a standing ovation when he went for a meal after reaching the Champions League Final.