One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
The time at which school or work finishes and one goes home.‘the bell rang for home time’
- ‘Your problem will be that they don't want to leave at home time!’
- ‘By home time, I really didn't feel like I wanted to do the gig.’
- ‘They are now patrolling local schools at home time.’
- ‘I'm waiting on the three-o'clock home time for the senior son.’
- ‘She knows I'll be in the playground at home time.’
- ‘I hope they'll be allowed out at home time.’
- ‘At home time, we ate the bread we made without using electricity.’
- ‘At home time, she decided to skip the gang and walk home with her lover.’
- ‘The thieves hid the items in their clothing but were found out when workers gathered in the car park at home time.’
- ‘You have to time your escapes around the babysitter's home time.’
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