from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. The suburbs.
- n. Suburbanites considered as a group.
- n. Suburbanites considered as a cultural class.
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- n. suburbanites considered as a cultural class or subculture
- n. a residential district located on the outskirts of a city
Most people living in "suburbia" in the United States have not seen or ackownledged this trend.
It is entirely plausible (likely?) that those living in suburbia, on average, have more developed social skills.
As coyotes make themselves at home in suburbia, incidences of coyotes biting people increase.
Witch Way to the Mall, Esther's anthology about witches in suburbia, which just hit the shelves.
Here in suburbia grocery shopping is part necessity, part social outing.
The working poor living in suburbia spend a large portion of their incomes on cars.
She was "aren't there books, multiple books, where the kid is black and just has a life in suburbia and is happy and has pets and parents with jobs and geez, we have a black President, where are the books?"
Andrew: I'm intrigued with this book of short stories, 'The Turning', because you're writing about people who are on the fringes or lost in suburbia, who are maintaining dignity in the face of desperation or disillusionment ... sometimes not maintaining it.
A transcript of an interview with Tim Winton on Australian Broadcasting Corporation's Enough Rope hosted by Andrew Denton in which Tim discusses many aspects from his life including how he nearly drowned when he was nine and how he avoided the school bullies by telling taller and taller tales
She lives in suburbia rather than in a city and is happy.
Kunstler predicts all out pandemonium and chaos, worst felt in the United States, of course, where suburbia is in full force.