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At home to someone vs At home with someone

at home to someoneprepared and willing to receive visitors:

  • Mrs. Hill is not at home to anyone except relatives.

at home with someone

1. on friendly terms with smb.:

  • She described his charm as “magnetic” and said “he was at home with everybody.”

2. feeling comfortable in a person’s company:

  • His genial manner made me feel quite at home with him.