suburbia

[suh-bur-bee-uh]
noun
1.
suburbs collectively.
2.
suburbanites collectively.
3.
the social or cultural aspects of life in suburbs.

Origin:
1895–1900; suburb + -ia

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suburbia (səˈbɜːbɪə)
 
n
1.  suburbs or the people living in them considered as an identifiable community or class in society
2.  the life, customs, etc, of suburbanites

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Example sentences
Suburbia was a dream inspired by revulsion to city life.
What these fearsome predators of suburbia cannot taste may be hurting them.
Predictable results have followed: traffic jams that stretch for kilometers,
  sprawling suburbia and rising fuel prices.
They are excluded from suburbia by a wide variety of devices.
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