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  • n. A person who lives in an exurb


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  • Just read that over again and look at the irony of who is truly ignorant – the exurbanite, or the man who made up the hypothetical conversation.

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  • And I think that when cities become decrepit and gas becomes expensive, most people move to some other, more successful urban center (perhaps one that did not make the modest, not-at-all-universal list of 50 which the program is working from), rather than escaping to the exurbanite countryside. April Fools Is Early This Year?

  • Received Washington wisdom has it that the only Democrat who will ever be able to win a national election must be a cross between Gomer Pyle and Billy Sunday - a Scripture-quoting Sun Belt exurbanite whose loyalty to Nascar does not extend to Dale Earnhardt Jr., who was fined last month for saying a four-letter word on television.

    November 2004

  • Among other arguments, the county in its lawsuit advanced the preposterous theory that the project would favor rich, white exurbanite commuters at the expense of poorer, minority residents who, clustered in the inner city and close-in suburbs, would benefit less from adding capacity to the I-95 corridor.

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  • As Highway 1 of the exurbanite paradise piled up with wreckage, Americans sought an off ramp.

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  • Soon there will be no rich folks to pay those exurbanite taxes.


  • This poses a problem as many cellular carriers charge exurbanite long distance rates.

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