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1. Moby Thesaurus II by Grady Ward, 1.0
Attic, Babbittish, Bohemian, Philistine, Spartan, affable, amiable, ascetic, austere, bald, bare, baseborn, basic, beautiless, below the salt, blemished, blotted, bourgeois, cacophonic, cacophonous, campy, candid, casual, chaste, cheerful, classic, classical, cockney, comfortable, comfy, commodious, common, commonplace, congenial, contented, convenient, cordial, cosy, cozy, cushioned, cushiony, cushy, defaced, degage, direct, disfigured, domestic, dry, dull, dysphemistic, dysphemized, easeful, easy, easygoing, elementary, essential, everyday, familiar, folksy, frank, free and easy, friendly, fundamental, garden, garden-variety, general, gracious, haymish, high-camp, homelike, homespun, homey, homish, homogeneous, household, humble, humble-looking, humble-visaged, humblest, ill-favored, indivisible, inelegant, informal, inglorious, innocuous, intimate, irreducible, irregular, kitschy, lean, least, lived-in, loose, low, low-camp, lowborn, lowbred, lowest, lowliest, lowly, luxurious, marred, matter-of-fact, mean, mere, modest, monolithic, natural, neat, nonclerical, nondescript, of a piece, offhand, offhanded, open, ordinary, peaceful, plain, plain-speaking, plain-spoken, plebeian, poor, pop, popular, primal, primary, prosaic, prosing, prosy, public, pure, pure and simple, relaxed, relaxing, reposeful, restful, roomy, rude, rustic, serene, severe, shabby-genteel, short on looks, simon-pure, simple, simple-speaking, single, small, snug, sober, sociable, soft, spare, spoiled, stark, straightforward, teachable, third-estate, tranquil, uglified, ugly, ugly as hell, ugly as sin, unadorned, unaesthetic, unaffected, unalluring, unassuming, unattractive, unbeauteous, unbeautiful, unceremonious, uncluttered, uncomely, unconstrained, unconventional, undifferenced, undifferentiated, undistinguished, unelaborate, ungarnished, ungenteel, unhandsome, uniform, unimaginative, unimportant, unlovely, unofficial, unornamented, unostentatious, unpleasing, unpoetical, unpretending, unpretentious, unpretty, unsightly, unsophisticated, unstudied, unvarnished, vernacular, vulgar, warm, workaday, workday
Dictionary Results for homely:
1. WordNet® 3.0 (2006)
homely
    adj 1: lacking in physical beauty or proportion; "a homely
           child"; "several of the buildings were downright homely";
           "a plain girl with a freckled face" [syn: homely,
           plain]
    2: having a feeling of home; cozy and comfortable; "the homely
       everyday atmosphere"; "a homey little inn" [syn: homelike,
       homely, homey, homy]
    3: plain and unpretentious; "homely truths"; "letters to his son
       full of homely advice"; "homely fare"
    4: without artificial refinement or elegance; "plain homely
       furniture"; "homely manners"

2. The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48
Homely \Home"ly\, a. [Compar. Homelier; superl. Homeliest.]
   [From Home, n.]
   1. Belonging to, or having the characteristics of, home;
      domestic; familiar; intimate. [Archaic]
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            With all these men I was right homely, and communed
            with, them long and oft.              --Foxe.
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            Their homely joys, and destiny obscure. --Gray.
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   2. Plain; unpretending; rude in appearance; unpolished; as, a
      homely garment; a homely house; homely fare; homely
      manners.
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            Now Strephon daily entertains
            His Chloe in the homeliest strains.   --Pope.
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   3. Of plain or coarse features; uncomely; ugly; -- usually
      used of people, especially women; -- contrary to
      handsome.
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            None so homely but loves a looking-glass. --South.
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3. The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48
Homely \Home"ly\, adv.
   Plainly; rudely; coarsely; as, homely dressed. [R.]
   --Spenser.
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