Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who shares with another the rights of citizenship under the same government. Welcome, fellow-citizens
““No foreign sword has ever penetrated so: it is wounds inflicted by the hand of fellow-citizen that have sunk so deep.””
“I cannot be John S Bolton's fellow-citizen because he wants a social contract whose purpose is not to protect our natural rights but to violate those of others.”
“UPDATE: Our fellow-citizen, having been issued his travel document, will be arriving in Toronto on Saturday. posted by Dr. Dawg at 10: 46 AM”
“Be assured, sir, that I, and countless other Canadians who still remember what the word "Canadian" means, will be motivated by this shameful treatment of a fellow-citizen to ensure that your government will never, ever, achieve a Parliamentary majority.”
“It is counting, I believe, on the acquiescence of Canadians in its on-going illegal vendetta against our fellow-citizen.”
“This is exciting, isn't it -- how all the stops have been pulled out at the highest levels to help a fellow-citizen?”
“Last Friday afternoon's news that yet another condition has been placed upon our fellow-citizen Abousfian Abdelrazik before he can return home to his family was frankly sick-making.”
“Our fellow-citizen Abdihakim Mohamed is finally home, after a three-year exile imposed by the Department of Foreign Affairs.”
“I hope any remaining funds will be used to help our fellow-citizen Abousfian Abdelrazik settle back in with his family.”
“It's nearly a week now since our fellow-citizen Suaad Hagi Mohamud was fingerprinted at the Canadian High Commission in Nairobi, in a desperate attempt to prove that she's Suaad Hagi Mohamud.”
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