a. metropolitan; of, relating to, or located in a city
Donna Redmond planted the first seeds of urban farm when she couldn't find fresh produce nearby.
Obama entered politics during Bill Clinton’s presidency, when urban liberals were growing disgusted with the president’s strategy of “triangulation,” popularly interpreted as the idea that you can win broad support by picking fights with the ideologues in your own party.
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Finally he decided to extend his visits beyond the urban boundaries by going and calling upon landowners Manilov and Sobakevitch, seeing that he had promised on his honour to do so.
Dead Souls By Nikolai Vasilievich Gogol Context
He had a quiet toneless voice and urbane manners and on a finger of his plump clean hand he displayed at moments a signet ring.
A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man By James Joyce Context
When they reached the house he helped her to get out of the carriage, and making an effort to master himself, took leave of her with his usual urbanity, and uttered that phrase that bound him to nothing; he said that tomorrow he would let her know his decision.
Anna Karenina(V1) By Leo Tolstoy Context