Home In On vs Home In On


The original expression is "to home in on," a reference to homing pigeons. But "to hone in on" has become widely used, too, perhaps because "to hone," meaning to sharpen or refine, seems similar to the idea of homing in on something. Technically, you can use either. But "home in on" is considered proper form. Here's the full story.


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