Definition of 'come home to roost'
Example sentences containing 'come home to roost'
Which of those two fearsome birds would eventually come home to roost unaccompanied in Turkmenistan?SOMEWHERE EAST OF LIFE
`Not so unexpected as your visit, of course; we Florentines come home to roost as often as possible.PROSECUTOR
Definition of come home to roost from the Collins English Dictionary
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