[ US /səˈbɝbiə/ ]
[ UK /sʌbˈɜːbi‍ə/ ]
  1. suburbanites considered as a cultural class or subculture
  2. a residential district located on the outskirts of a city
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How To Use suburbia In A Sentence

  • Still Life with Action Figure," a particularly realist exercise, actually occurs in suburbia, where an artist son visits his artist father, who has resumed painting despite suffering from parkinsonism. Ccfinlay: You Make My Heart Sing
  • All over Europe, the fringes of suburbia are blighted by the dreary apparatus of industry - undecorated sheds and dour offices in glum lots girdled by sterile acres of parking.
  • The flight to suburbia lessened the number of middle - class families living within the city.
  • The greenfinch is among common garden birds that have taken their leave of suburbia this winter. Why Britain's garden birds are staying in the country
  • After a spell in the theatre, he directed the TV mini-series ‘The Buddha of Suburbia’, and the films ‘Notting Hill’ and ‘The Mother’.
  • The Government will not do anything until the senseless violence spills over into white suburbia. Times, Sunday Times
  • East London got heavy industry, while West London got upmarket suburbia.
  • Not surprisingly, their heuristic - the equivalent of what we call intuition, or common sense - is that of Suburbia, which has been the predominant mode of white American thought since the late 1960s. MIDDLE CLASS ANGST: THE POLITICS OF LEMMINGS, Part I
  • It was also evidence that much social innovation now springs out of suburbia.
  • Her little bedroom shrine is in deepest Scottish suburbia.
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