A large town
short for City of London.
A metropolis; the largest city in a particular region.
A homeless child or young person living on the streets.
A motorcycle or (usually) bicycle designed for use in urban areas.
A boy or man who is a native or inhabitant of a city, or who has urban tastes or manners.
A car used or designed for use in the city; (now) specifically a small motor car suitable for making short and frequent journeys such as those made in a city or urban area.
A girl or woman who is a native or inhabitant of a city, or who has urban tastes or manners.
Life as experienced in a city, especially when contrasted with that in a small town, village, etc.; the lifestyle regarded as typical of the inhabitants of a city.
Resembling or characteristic of a city or city dwellers; having an urban character or quality.
A man who is a (fellow) native or inhabitant of a city, or who has urban tastes or manners.
A plan of action for the growth and development of a city.
A name given to a poet appointed to write pageants for the Lord Mayor of London.
(With the) the city of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
The oldest part or historic centre of a city, usually contained within its modern limits.
Situated outside a city; suburban.
An area or city predominantly occupied by African Americans, or otherwise characterized by soul.
An industrial city in eastern Michigan, on the Saginaw River, near Lake Huron; population 33,874 (est. 2008)
The department of a newspaper dealing with business news
A farm established within an urban area for educational purposes
A businessman working in the financial district of the City of London
The administrative building of a municipal government
The part of a newspaper or magazine that deals with the financial news
A city in north central California, southwest of San Francisco; population 101,514 (est. 2008)
A relatively large urban area situated on the outskirts of a city, typically beside a major road
A condition of great prosperity or good fortune
A city that constitutes an independent state; a city state
A city held sacred by the adherents of a religion
A city in eastern Iowa; population 67,831 (est. 2008). Founded in 1838, it was the state capital until replaced by Des Moines in 1858
A city declared to be unfortified and undefended and so, by international law, exempt from enemy attack
A retirement community in south central Arizona, northwest of Phoenix; population 38,309 (2000)
A large collection of tents, typically one forming temporary or makeshift accommodation for refugees or homeless people
Either of two neighbouring cities lying close together
An industrial and commercial section of Tampa in Florida, noted for its Cuban culture and cigar industry
A commercial city in north central California, northwest of Sacramento; population 61,226 (est. 2008)
The wood avens or herb bennet, Geum urbanum.
A section of a city bounded by (usually four) intersecting streets or other thoroughfares; (also) the length of one side of such an area, especially as a measure of distance.
Travelling towards or heading for a city or city centre.
A short holiday or weekend break spent in a city.
A clerk who works in a city.
A cross, or building bearing a cross, erected at a marketplace in a city.
The street lighting of a city; now frequently used with allusion to the attractions that a city holds, especially with regard to its nightlife.
The boundaries of a city; especially (North American) those marking the jurisdiction of a city government; (also in singular) a boundary of this type.
Smart, tailored shorts suitable for wearing to work, typically regarded as womenswear.
A body of watchmen who patrol and guard the streets of a city.
A woman who is a native or inhabitant of a city, or who has urban tastes or manners.
(A nickname for) the city of New York.
Salt Lake City, Utah.