Definition of Citizenly

1. Adjective. Pertaining to citizens. ¹



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Definition of Citizenly

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Citizenly

citify
citifying
citigrade
citiless
citiner
citiners
citing
citizen
citizen's arrest
citizen extraordinaire
citizen journalism
citizeness
citizenesses
citizenhood
citizenish
citizenly (current term)
citizenries
citizenry
citizens
citizens committee
citizenship
citizenships
cito
cito disp
citola
citolas
citole
citoles
citraconic
citraconic acid

Literary usage of Citizenly

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1. The Citizen: A Study of the Individual and the Government by Nathaniel Southgate Shaler (1907)
"A little consideration of the subject of manners will show that the matter is of sufficient importance to lift it to the level of citizenly duty and ..."

2. The Letters of William James by William James (1920)
"... and to be satisfied with the domestic and citizenly virtues (probably only for the reason that I am temporarily debarred from exercising any of them, ..."

3. The Lower South in American History by William Garrott Brown (1902)
"untarily or involuntarily, the negroes forego their citizenly rights wherever, by reason of their numbers, they might control. ..."

4. Races and Immigrants in America by John Rogers ( Commons (1907)
"They have no large sense of citizenly motives; they feel no sense of responsibility for any part of the public life save that which lies within their own ..."

5. Races and Immigrants in America by John Rogers Commons (1913)
"They have no large sense of citizenly motives; they feel no sense of responsibility for any part of the public life save that which lies within their own ..."

6. The Making of America by Robert Marion La Follette, William Matthews Handy, Charles Higgins (1906)
"They have no large sense of citizenly motives; they feel no sense of responsibility for any part of the public life save that which lies within their own ..."

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