Examples of suburbia in a Sentence
a problem that is common in suburbia
the percentage of the country's population living in suburbia
The film is an interesting critique of suburbia.
Recent Examples of suburbia from the Web
The third-of-an acre lot looked more like the Tallgrass Prairie than a yard in suburbia.
Never mind that the restaurant has a blah location — just another of those cookie-cutter strip centers that dot and cheapen suburbia.
The suburb of Edina—arguably the birthplace of modern suburbia as the home of America’s first enclosed shopping mall—witnessed heated debate over plans for a high-rise apartment building near the mall.
From there, an idea was born: What if Jasmine took all those cookie-cutter houses that dot every cul-de-sac in suburbia and started customizing them for people?
In an interview with WREG, one resident compared the leafy neighborhood to the fictional suburbia of Mayberry, where nothing goes wrong.
For kids living in picket-fence suburbia, these experiences might be rare.
Early sitcoms such as The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet, Father Knows Best, and Leave It to Beaver conjured a midcentury middle-American paradise with a Hollywood-back-lot simulation of suburbia.
The share of college whites who said government should do more to solve problems rose even more precipitously from about two-fifths in rural places, to just over half in suburbia, to nearly three-fourths in urban centers.
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SUBURBIA Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of suburbia for English Language Learners
: suburbs in general; also : people who live in suburbs
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