Noun(1) a residential district located on the outskirts of a city
(1) a suburb of the city(2) The shock of what had happened on a quiet residential street in a suburb of Leeds on Boxing Day hung in the air yesterday.(3) a highly respectable suburb of Chicago(4) If she had moved to a country town instead of a city suburb where she felt left out, alone and ignored.(5) a working-class suburb(6) So the only places I've really been to in Sydney are the city and the suburb I live in.(7) The victim lives in a quiet suburb of a city which enjoys one of the highest qualities of life in Britain.(8) This works well, and does a fine job of connecting the downstream suburbs to the city upstream.(9) We did much better in the inner city than in the suburbs and the countryside.(10) Outside her circle she was unknown, living on an estate in the suburbs of an unloved city.(11) That city's estates and suburbs have provided the locations and settings for all his work to date.(12) The pain has been borne by people in regional Australia and the outer suburbs of the cities.(13) Several other villages and suburbs around the district will lose their roadside urinals.(14) Older people with greater income and more assets tend to move out of the city and into suburbs .(15) In the past few years it has opened a string of retail shops across Dublin city and suburbs .(16) It raises the aspirations of its pupils, both in the leafy suburbs and the inner city.
1. residential area ::
2. dormitory area ::
3. bedroom community ::
4. commuter shed ::
5. commuter belt ::
6. exurb ::
7. suburbia ::
8. the burbs ::
Different Formssuburb, suburbs
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