rwsmith

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Re: “hone in” vs. “home in”  •  February 28, 2012, 3:14pm  •  1 vote

HOME in comes from HOMING MISSILES homing in on their target. HONE in means to sharpen or to finely adjust something. You can hone in on a radio frequency but you HOME in on a target.