Someone who dwells in suburbia.

Dont call me a suburbanite just because I live in Oak Grove!

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  • suburbanite — 1890, from SUBURBAN (Cf. suburban) + ITE (Cf. ite). Middle English used suburban (n.) in this sense (mid 14c.) …   Etymology dictionary

  • suburbanite — [sə bʉr′bənīt΄] n. a person living in a suburb …   English World dictionary

  • suburbanite — UK [səˈbɜː(r)bənaɪt] / US [səˈbɜrbəˌnaɪt] noun [countable] Word forms suburbanite : singular suburbanite plural suburbanites someone who lives in a suburb …   English dictionary

  • suburbanite — sub|ur|ban|ite [səˈbə:bənaıt US ˈbə:r ] n someone who lives in a suburb often used to show disapproval ▪ Patsy s father is a typical suburbanite …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • suburbanite — suburb ► NOUN ▪ an outlying residential district of a city. DERIVATIVES suburban adjective suburbanite noun suburbanize (also suburbanise) verb. ORIGIN from Latin sub near to + urbs city …   English terms dictionary

  • suburbanite — noun see suburb …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • suburbanite — /seuh berr beuh nuyt /, n. a person who lives in a suburb of a city or large town. [1885 90; SUBURBAN + ITE1] * * * …   Universalium

  • suburbanite — Synonyms and related words: big city man, bourgeois, burgess, burgher, city dweller, city man, city slicker, exurbanite, oppidan, townee, towner, townfolk, townfolks, townsman, townspeople, townswoman, urbanite, villager, villageress …   Moby Thesaurus

  • suburbanite — (Roget s IV) n. Syn. resident, commuter, traveler; see citizen …   English dictionary for students

  • suburbanite — sub|ur|ban|ite [ sə bɜrbə,naıt ] noun count someone who lives in a SUBURB …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

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