home front

  1. the civilian population (and their activities) of a country at war
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How To Use home front In A Sentence

  • It appears the netherlands has become the bildeberg home front and the source of global taxation with "serfdom" reentering our lexicon. Good News: Will We Hear It?
  • The Prime Minister is clearly alive to the danger of being seen as neglectful of his home front because he is too preoccupied with foreign affairs.
  • That day, military service men and women launched, sailed, soared, and landed in harm's way to defend America's home front.
  • On the home front, this new-found comfort has had the knock-on effect of finding me regularly scampering around the flat starkers.
  • They mostly seem to be home front propaganda movies. They are charming and calculating and completely captivating.
  • Stories encompass both world wars, the home front and the trenches, realism and imaginary friends. Times, Sunday Times
  • While this may not seem like earth-shattering news to the world at large, it has certainly altered life on the home front.
  • One spouse may work days while the other works nights in order to keep the home front covered.
  • And the chief reason for this undulation is that they play leading roles on the home front; leading to supporting roles on the work front. Cathy Benko: Replace Corporate Ladders With Lattices
  • She worked on the home front helping to produce weapons for the army.
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