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nonurban

Syllabification: non·ur·ban
Pronunciation: /ˌnänˈərbən
 
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Definition of nonurban in English:

adjective

In, relating to, or characteristic of the areas outside a town or city: nonurban environments pre-industrial and nonurban society natural, nonurban scenery
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  • A specialist in the social and economic archaeology of Early Medieval Britain, he is currently researching non-urban coastal market sites.
  • The Yayoi culture was a non-urban, ranked agricultural society that left no written records.
  • Unlike missionaries from Italy and Gaul they came from a tribal, warrior society not unlike that of the English, non-urban and economically undeveloped.

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