Conurbation – W.O.t.d.


kah-nər-BEY-shən
Part of speech: nounOrigin: 
Latin, early 20th century
WORD OF THE DAY
1An extended urban area, typically consisting of several towns merging with the suburbs of one or more cities.
 
Examples of Conurbation in a sentence “Therese lived in the conurbation of New York City, but she called herself a Long Islander.” “I love visiting hubs of fast-paced urban conurbation.”