place to call (one's) own

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place to call (one's) own

One's own home. After spending a year sleeping on friends' couches to save money, I was ready to have a place to call my own.
See also: call, own, place

a place to call one's own

a home of one's very own. I am tired of living with my parents. I want a place to call my own.
See also: call, own, place
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WHEN Stacey Everett was leaving the RAF, she was advised to declare herself homeless or she would never find a place to call her own.
She instead said that she was looking for a place to call her own.
Gemma needed a place to call her own but balked at buying a home which needed a lot of work done to it and being left with no spare cash to enjoy life.
It is not on a place for my child to lay her head in safety, a place to call her own.
Terri Dean knew that she found a place to call her own the moment she stepped through the doors of her company for the first time.
What she wanted most, however, was a permanent place to call her own.