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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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In a lively text, Jackson painstakingly takes readers through the transformation of Mason Randolph--a Stanford Law School-bound buppie--into "Malik" Randolph, a temporary resident homey of a "hood somewhere past Harlem's 125th Street.
All that Brad (Jamie Kennedy) -- make that B-Rad -- wants is to roll with his Malibu homeys and bust rhyme as the greatest rapper ever to survive the 'Burbs.
First the Gaffer awarded the Homeys a dubious penalty for a foul on Slabs, then when fitness coach Jordan Milsom blazed the spot kick over the bar, the Gaffer for some reason ordered a re-take, which Lord Stevie Basham scored.
The Homeys went on to win 4-3 thanks to Yemi's handled winner, but the gloves are now well and truly off.
The Homeys are the lads who live in or around Oxford and the Travellers are generally my Northampton crew and Barry Quinn.
Monumental bore, homey, multi-roller, aspiring artist or axe murderer?