[hohm-sted-er] /ˈhoʊmˌstɛd ər/
the owner or holder of a .
a settler under the Homestead Act.
a person owning a homestead
(US & Canadian) a person who acquires or possesses land under a homestead law
a person taking part in a homesteading scheme
[hohm-sted-ing] /ˈhoʊmˌstɛd ɪŋ/ noun 1. an act or instance of establishing a . 2. Also called homesteading program, urban homesteading. a federal program to improve deteriorating urban areas by offering abandoned or foreclosed houses to persons who agree to repair them and live in them for a specified number of years. [hohm-sted, -stid] /ˈhoʊm stɛd, […]
noun 1. any law exempting homesteads from seizure or sale for debt. 2. any law making public lands available to settlers to be used as farms. 3. any of various state laws granting special property tax exemptions or other privileges to homesteaders. noun 1. (in the US and Canada) any of various laws conferring certain […]
- Home straight
noun 1. (horse racing) the section of a racecourse forming the approach to the finish 2. the final stage of an undertaking or journey
[hohm-strech] /ˈhoʊmˈstrɛtʃ/ noun 1. the straight part of a racetrack from the last turn to the finish line. Compare . 2. the final phase of any endeavor: The political campaign is in the homestretch.