[ek-sur-buhn, eg-zur-]
of, pertaining to, or characteristic of exurbs or exurbanites.

1900–05; ex-1 + (sub)urban

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exurbia (ɛksˈɜːbɪə)
chiefly (US) Compare stockbroker belt the region outside the suburbs of a city, consisting of residential areas (exurbs) that are occupied predominantly by rich commuters (exurbanites)
[C20: from ex-1 + Latin urbs city, on pattern of suburbia]

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Example sentences
The command post was nondescript even by the bland architectural standards of
  exurban office complexes.
The complex link between the exurban ecosystem and an elusive virus.
The area, dotted with megachurches, is predominately exurban and has a
  significant evangelical community.
The overall study also looked at ways three communities measured differences in
  inner urban, suburban, and exurban areas.
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