from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. One who lives in a suburb.
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- n. Someone who dwells in suburbia.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who lives in the suburbs.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a resident of a suburb
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My friends at National Jean Company, by far the chicest clothing Mecca in suburbanite Boston, will be putting on a fashion show featuring their clothing along with J.
THE prosperous suburbanite is as proud of his ranch home as the owner of the most gracious villa of Tuscany.
Your last book, Aloft, was about a contemporary Italian-American suburbanite and his multi-ethnic family.
Bohemain by day, suburbanite by night and weekend.
As a white suburbanite male who used to vote republican until I realized they were evil, I have come to see how racists this country is.
The hype will no doubt be outsized, but I'm not sure how a 45-year-old suburbanite singing about bitches will play with his fans.
NEW YORK mdash; The motivational speaker's death looked like a sinister tale of a suburbanite who strayed into a rough city neighborhood.
NEW YORK mdash; The motivational speaker s death looked like a sinister tale of a suburbanite who strayed into a rough city neighborhood.
NEW YORK — The motivational speaker's death looked like a sinister tale of a suburbanite who strayed into a rough city neighborhood.
Just days before the opening of 71, The Somerset Collection launched their CityLoft shop at downtown's Lofts of Merchants Row, a concept that grew out of the success of its slightly older yet equally attractive suburbanite sister, Detroit Shoppe.
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