Metropolis and Village


Metropolis noun - A thickly settled, highly populated area.

Village and metropolis are semantically related. In some cases you can use "Village" instead a noun "Metropolis".


Village noun - A small residential settlement.
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Synonyms for Village

Metropolis and village are semantically related. You can use "Metropolis" instead a noun "Village".

Nearby Words: villa, villager

Both words in one sentence

  • Inferred Holocaust A later episode called "Karate Koopa" also takes place in Sayonara, except that instead of a large, technologically-advanced metropolis, it's now a small Japanese fishing village, and Bowser is now a samurai.
  • Western Animation / The Adventures of the American Rabbit Rob turns back to normal and suggests everyone head to New York City.The village elder, for some reason, allows Rob and his gang to ride to the outskirts of the metropolis and drop them off there.
  • SimCity will let you build anything from a tiny mountain village to a huge metropolis, and from a dystopian wasteland to a paradise.
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