(?), a. Having a suburb or suburbs on its outer part.
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(?), } a. Suburban. [Obs.] "Suburbial fields." Warton. "Suburbian muse." Dryden.
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(?), } a. [LL. suburbicarius, equiv. to L. suburbanus: cf. F. suburbicaire. See Suburban.] Being in the suburbs; -- applied to the six dioceses in the suburbs of Rome subject to the pope as bishop of Rome.
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The pope having stretched his authority beyond the bounds of his suburbicarian precincts.
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