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 path from suburbia to dystopia is narrated by an unnamed teen-ager with a fractured family, preternatural poise, and an appreciation for good diners.
Americans are relocating to retirement hot spots scattered around the country and returning to suburbia, according to Census Bureau figures released Thursday.
Most forays into this subject reasoned that white flight was the result of the white urban exodus into suburbia and the preference of blacks and Hispanics to live in cities.
Because 400 people in sleepy suburbia came out to hear the chorus of mea culpas from leaders of one of suburban Philadelphia’s most admired districts.
There was a lucrative market in meeting the housing demands of the burgeoning middle class and breaking ground to build in suburbia, rather than in cities.
After all, Saratoga suburbia is a far cry from the culinary capital that is San Francisco.
The ensuing trickle of escapees from suburbia were delighted to have to wade straight onto the beach from an outrigger boat, dine on the barbecued catch of local fishermen and sleep in thatched huts.
President Trump, who never won over suburbia, continues to get poor marks from the educated, upper-income Americans who often call it home.
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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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