Definitions

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  • adj. In opposition to citizenship.
  • adj. Against the welfare and best interests of citizens and their citizenship.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. Opposed to citizenship.

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Examples

  • Fleury, in the strange jargon of the day, as "_the fosterer of a swarm of bad citizens, who were nourished in the anticivic prejudices_ de l'ancien régime, _and fostered in the most detestable superstitions, in defiance of the law_."

    Tales and Novels — Volume 06

  • a member of the Committee of Public Safety, denounced Madame de Fleury, in the strange jargon of the day, as "_the fosterer of a swarm of bad citizens, who were nourished in the anticivic prejudices_ de l'ancien regime, _and fostered in the most detestable superstitions, in defiance of the law_."

    Murad the Unlucky and Other Tales

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