homebuilder [hohm-bil-der] ExamplesWord Origin noun

  1. a person whose occupation is homebuilding.
  2. a commercial firm or company for homebuilding.

Origin of homebuilder First recorded in 1880–85; home + builder Examples from the Web for homebuilder Contemporary Examples of homebuilder

  • Her husband, Joseph, a homebuilder, was legally permitted to use such equipment in the home they shared, since he lived there too.

    Does Your Marriage Need a Digital Privacy Clause?

    Keli Goff

    April 17, 2014

  • Bob Perry Perry, a Houston-based homebuilder, has bankrolled conservative causes for years.

    Who Gave $1 Million or More to Super PACs? A Daily Beast Roundup

    Josh Dzieza

    February 1, 2012

  • Anthony Holm, a spokesman for Bob Perry, told The Daily Beast that the homebuilder routinely donates to the RGA.

    Mitt and Rick’s Secret Donor Deal

    Steve McVicker

    September 21, 2011

  • Historical Examples of homebuilder

  • It will be remembered that Salmon Brown, when he was a homebuilder, was very poor.

    John Brown, Soldier of Fortune

    Hill Peebles Wilson

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