It was very quiet out in the suburbs before eight in the morning.
The seclusion room was the size of the average suburban bathroom.
I did need a rest, particularly since I’d gotten up so early that morning in order to see this doctor, who lived out in the suburbs.
"A suburban junkie," said Lisa.
Even in lives like his, professional lives lived out in the suburbs behind shrubbery, there was a strange undertow, a tug from the other world—the drifting, drugged-out, no-last-name youth universe—that knocked people off balance.
I’m a suburban matron in Brookline.
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She drives from her home in the suburbs to her office downtown.
I want a suburban home with a white picket fence and a big yard.