Definitions for "homecoming"
A return home.
A social event, usually held annually at colleges and universities, to welcome visiting alumni; a type of school reunion for graduates.
A week of festivities in early fall to boost school spirit. Activities include sports events, a bonfire, the election of royalty and attendants, a School Colors Day, an Upper School Homecoming dance, an all-school picnic and recognition of student leaders and alumni.
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"Homecoming" is a short story by Robin Hobb, published in the 2003 Legends II anthology. Set in The Realm of the Elderlings, it is written in first person narrative as a series of diary entries by Lady Carillion Carrock, an exiled Jamaillian noble.
"Homecoming" is episode 5 of season 3 of the TV show Buffy the Vampire Slayer. See also List of Buffy the Vampire Slayer episodes.
"Homecoming" is the 15th episode of Lost. It is the fifteenth episode of the show's first season. The episode was directed by Kevin Hooks and written by Damon Lindelof.
Homecoming is a 1972 (see 1972 in music) album by America. Acoustic guitar-based, with a more pronounced electric guitar and keyboard section than previous releases, Homecoming helped launch the career of America, and includes one of their best known hits, "Ventura Highway".
Homecoming is a 1994 album by the jazz trio Gateway.
Homecoming is the second of two "Rock opera" songs on Green Day's seventh album, American Idiot. It is a full nine minutes and eighteen seconds long, and is made up of five parts. While frontman Billie Joe Armstrong writes most of the songs, this compilation features one part written and sung by drummer Tré Cool (entitled Rock and Roll Girlfriend), and another part written and sung by bassist Mike Dirnt (entitled Nobody Likes You).
The period following the Exodus when many people returned to recolonize the Earth.
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a most moving experience