What is the correct spelling for HOMEGROUND?

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Correct spellings for HOMEGROUND

  • aground Making a tack in shore, but not being able, even under a press of canvass, to get very near her, owing to a strong southerly current which prevailed within a mile or two of the land, I perceived that she had been apparently driven up the beach by two or three of the grounded masses forcing her onwards before them, and these, as well as the ship, seemed now so firmly aground , as entirely to block her in on the seaward side.
  • campground Abler pens than mine, says Jack, have put on record the sorrowful glory of that dreadful campground by Valley Forge.
  • foreground Whether Mary was guilty or not, whether her supporters were rising, whether the shadow of Spain chilled the hearts of men in London whose affair it was to look after such things; yet the cows must be milked, and the children washed, and the falcons fed; and it was these things that formed the foreground of life, whether the sky were stormy or sunlit.
  • ground It did not fall to the ground , though.
  • homegrown Carter progressed through Chesters youth ranks to break into the first team ranks early in the 1971–72 season at the same time as fellow homegrown talent Graham Futcher as the youth policy under Cliff Sear began to pay dividends.
  • homeland The movement of pioneers, whether settlers or itinerant teachers, which in fields so distant from this base, has exhibited so marvelous a vitality, must, within the limits of the homeland itself, be neither interrupted nor suffer a decline.
  • Overground More and more amazing also is the interminable interweaving of roots: the whole forest is thus spun together-not underground so much as overground.
  • homered
  • reground
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611 words made from the letters HOMEGROUND

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