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 story of the prehistoric formation in the middle of Texas suburbia excited Williamson County residents and officials alike.
In this pocket of Republican-leaning suburbia, Illinois’s Sixth Congressional District, Representative Peter Roskam, the Republican, is seen as vulnerable to Democratic challengers in his re-election bid.
The original Jumanji was one of the first movies to sell itself on its use computer generated images — folks lined up in 1995 to see the then-novel spectacle of rhinos rampaging through suburbia.
Plenty of other television series and movies chronicle the creepy happenings in American suburbia.
The scene is disturbing without being sensationalized, and in retrospect forms an appropriate introduction to the violence to come: As so often in movies, suburbia and high school offer only a façade of safety.
But derby leagues are seeping into suburbia, popping up at rinks and parking lots across the country.
Still, there are a handful of exceptional scenes, in this story of a murder investigation taking place in 1950s suburbia.
But just like Stranger Things, the movie is set in 1980s suburbia and draws equally from King and Spielberg.
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Origin and Etymology of suburbia
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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