Definition of slurb in English:

slurb

Syllabification: slurb

Entry from US English dictionary

noun

An area of unplanned, poorly constructed suburban development: many visitors leave with the image of the region being a land of sprawling slurbs jammed with millions of people

Origin

1960s: blend of sl- (from sloppy, sleazy, etc., or slum) and suburb.

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