a person who lives in a suburb of a city or large town.
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How to use suburbanite in a sentence
More than half a million Instacart shoppers have been mobilized to act as human barriers between wealthy suburbanites and deadly disease.The COVID-19 Pandemic Has Been Tough on Shopping Malls. History Suggests We Should Be Wary of What Might Replace Them | Sam Wetherell | October 28, 2020 | Time
I expect he was hoping I'd be shocked, because I am only a suburbanite.
A kind-hearted suburbanite happened to be passing along on his Way to the 5:42 Train.Fables in Slang | George Ade
The railway, the trolley, the automobile and the top buggy have transformed him into a suburbanite.The Romance of the Reaper | Herbert Newton Casson
There are certain little routine joys known only to the servantless suburbanite.Shandygaff | Christopher Morley
There is much of man's life in the figure of the suburbanite standing absorbed in his own thoughts in the midst of his radishes.Marching Men | Sherwood Anderson
By 9.30 every student would be in his chair, which he had dragged as near to the piano as the early suburbanite would let him.Edward MacDowell | Lawrence Gilman
British Dictionary definitions for suburbanite
a person who lives in a suburb
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