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
Then in 1965, Hine made the pioneering move to the largely undeveloped Mission Valley area, which was still transitioning from dairy farms and quarries to suburbia.
Two decades ago, critics derided the city for its cookie-cutter tracts, identical homes that folks could not tell apart and the plain culture of suburbia.
There’s a lot of retirement communities that hide behind brick walls in suburbia.
The redesign creates a kind of airborne suburbia, paving the skies far out into what was the countryside.
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Origin and Etymology of suburbia
New Latin, from English suburb
First Known Use: 1870See Words from the same year
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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