Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun The characteristics of dwellers in cities; the manners of a cit or citizen.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun The manners of a cit or citizen.

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  • noun The manners of a cit or citizen.

Etymologies

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From cit.

Examples

  • And yes, if Cheney attcaks dems and their policies braodly, he too is subject to broud citicism.

    First on the CNN Ticker: DNC takes aim at Cheney

  • First, citicism is not an attack, unless your are paranoid like Hillary.

    Election Central | Talking Points Memo | Obama: I Take Hillary "At Her Word" About Drug Comments

  • Would we see political assassinations of gay activists and outspoken critics of Islam such as Pim Fortuyn in Holland in 2002, or again assassination of film directors critical of Islam, such as Dutch film director Theo van Gogh in 2004, or death threats against Members of Parliament such as former Dutch parliamentarian Ayaan Hirsi Ali, under constant police guard against death threats by radical islamists for her outspoken citicism of Islam and defense of

    Honour Killings Shock “Almost” Every Community « Unambiguously Ambidextrous

  • First, citicism is not an attack, unless your are paranoid like Hillary.

    Obama: I Take Hillary "At Her Word" About Drug Comments

  • The lower classes are, presumably, exempt from citicism on the grounds that it would be 'unsporting' -- (they have enough problems).

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  • The lower classes are, presumably, exempt from citicism on the grounds that it would be 'unsporting' -- (they have enough problems).

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  • The lower classes are, presumably, exempt from citicism on the grounds that it would be 'unsporting' -- (they have enough problems).

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  • The lower classes are, presumably, exempt from citicism on the grounds that it would be 'unsporting' -- (they have enough problems).

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  • The lower classes are, presumably, exempt from citicism on the grounds that it would be 'unsporting' -- (they have enough problems).

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  • The lower classes are, presumably, exempt from citicism on the grounds that it would be 'unsporting' -- (they have enough problems).

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