out-and-home

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out-and-home (not comparable)

  1. Of a journey, to a destination and then returning home.
    • 1962 April, J. N. Faulkner, “Summer Saturday at Waterloo”, in Modern Railways, page 265:
      Most South Western Division workings are on an out-and-home basis and on the shorter runs to Salisbury and Bournemouth, some locomotives manage two return trips in the day.

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