home stand

  1. a series of successive games played at a team's home field or court
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How To Use home stand In A Sentence

  • Fortunately there's a six-game home stand stuck in the middle of the March gauntlet that makes those two weeks tolerable.
  • They said the move was because it was not possible to renovate the building, which they had occupied since 1956, to conform with new care home standards.
  • That's all ... tomorrow … every goddam, motherfuckin' tomorrow plus one ... for as long as it takes to get my bone home standing up. 1967, The things they wanted
  • The visitors' stands, while smaller than the home stands, nonetheless exploded in a thunderous round of raucous applause for their team.
  • The next thing she knew, there was the sound of a car horn coming from the lane on which their farmhouse home stands.
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