The Collaborative International Dictionary
Homelike \Home"like`\, a. Like a home; comfortable; cheerful; cozy; friendly; as, a homelike atmosphere.
a. Having the comfortable characteristics of a home.
Usage examples of "homelike".
Many hospitals now offer alternative birthing centers for couples who wish to deliver their babies in a more homelike atmosphere without a lot of medical monitoring, but with doctors on hand in case they are needed.
As he glanced around the room, however, and saw how cosey and inviting it might be made by a little order and homelike arrangement, he determined to fix it up according to his own ideas, if he could accomplish it without actually coming to blows with the occupant.
It is all homelike, liveable, and pretty, the country of an industrious people, for not a weed is to be seen, but no very striking features or peculiarities arrest one at first sight, unless it be the crowds everywhere.
Although somehow Miz Llewellyn managed to make her place look a bit more homelike, and Hosea suspected that Miz Llewellyn could buy and sell Mr.
The Bridge maintained homelike quarters for Darkovan women, mostly Renunciates, required by their work to live in the Terran HQ.
The smell filtering up from the bilges made her more than a little homelike, to one whod spent a lot of time in the sewers.
The smell filtering up from the bilges made her more than a little homelike, to one who’.