suburban

[ suh-bur-buh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF suburban

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We found the worst: a suburban meadow inhabited by goats and buffaloes.

It was their Metropolitan, Suburban, and Brooklyn rolled into one.

Was that "something" walking in the dark among the suburban hills?

On the suburban lines the first class are about as good as our second.

The Gordons returned to their suburban Boston home wiser than they left it.

It is not as wide as the average garden front in a suburban city.

From the park she could take the suburban and go quietly into town.

Of the suburban fortifications the two largest were at Egmore and at San Thomé.

Buiksloot and Nieuwendam are suburban places on its north side.

On the 1st I think of dining at Crassipes' suburban villa as a kind of inn.