Definition of out-and-home in English:

out-and-home

adverb

  • To one's destination and back home; there and back.

adjective

  • Of a journey or its course or path: to a destination and then returning home (usually by the same route). Now rare.

Origin

Mid 17th century. From out [preposition, interjection] + and + home.

Pronunciation

out-and-home

/ˌaʊt(ə)n(d)ˈhəʊm/