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suburbia

Line breaks: sub|ur¦bia
Pronunciation: /səˈbəːbɪə
 
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Definition of suburbia in English:

noun

[mass noun]
The suburbs or their inhabitants viewed collectively: the sprawl of suburbia into the surrounding countryside bustling, irreligious, unreflective suburbia
More example sentences
  • Unhappiness fuels great disdain for all of suburbia and its inhabitants.
  • This is the heaviest and bleakest view of Australianised suburbia ever represented on local screens.
  • Developers are proposing mini housing estates in leafy suburbia as current policies deter them from greenfield sites.

Words that rhyme with suburbia

exurbia, Serbia

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