homey

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homes

and homey and homie
n. a buddy; a pal. (see also holmes.) Me and my homie want to go with you.
See also: home

homey

verb
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She said that but for that homeyness to work as a marketing tool, the sense of the familiar needs to be coupled with authentic decor, employees who are genuinely interested in what they do, high product quality and a feeling of security in the place.
By replicating homeyness, the hotel room is both more and less than a simulacrum.
Tactile wallpaper creates a feeling of warmth and homeyness," said Kemp.
These cropped views of tiles and table legs are timely and resigned steps away from sheer alienation and toward a wistful, uncertain homeyness.
Leslie's remarkable success can be attributed to her versatile style, which captures the warmth and homeyness of a simpler, quieter America while staying innovative and fresh," said Donald Scarlata, president and chief executive officer of CMI.
This was the heyday of the middle class, a period that evinced a palpable yearning for security, peace, and homeyness.
To add insult to the injury to local community, many big chains glue on a facade of friendliness or homeyness that is veneer thin, with maybe a greeter at the door or a coffee bar (also an outpost of a corporation).
Hata realizes only in his waning Bedley Run existence that "this happy blend of familiarity and homeyness and what must be belonging is strangely beginning to disturb me.
Instead, create a strategic blend of homeyness and health care services.
Walzer's admission that the world people inhabit never lives up to the measure of the world as they would like it to be is undercut by a homeyness of the sort detected by Benhabib.
In letters home Dvorak talked about the homeyness and beauty of Spillville.