Definition of exurbanite in English:

exurbanite

noun & adjective

North American
  • See exurb

    • ‘The new owners of the severed house are very likely to be exurbanites seeking a bucolic countryside experience; tensions for the farming practices for the surrounding farmers are likely.’
    • ‘Pop Surrealism's honest, sometimes brutal criticisms might leave some exurbanites dumbfounded.’
    • ‘With voicemail, e-mail, cell phones, and the Internet connected to every spot on earth, these exurbanites can carry their offices wherever they go.’
    • ‘Sometimes, however, concerns close to home matter more to exurbanites than capital gains tax cuts and gay marriage bans.’
    • ‘Within five or 10 years, an agricultural community has been buried beneath an avalanche of asphalt and exurbanites.’

Pronunciation

exurbanite

/ekˈsərbəˌnīt/