Sunbelt definition

sŭnbĕlt
The southern and southwest United States.
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(place) That part of the U.S. comprising most of the states of the South and the Southwest, characterized by a warm, sunny climate.
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A geographical region loosely described as the southern and western states of the USA where the weather is typically sunny.
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A political geographical region approximately the same as above, where the voting tendency of the population is right wing.
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Other Word Forms

Noun

Singular:
sunbelt
Plural:
sunbelts

Origin of sunbelt