Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of citizeness.

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Examples

  • The rights of "citizenesses" as well as the rights of "citizens" were examined by the boldest thinkers.

    History of the United States

  • We citizenesses and citizens of the European Union are, to our good fortune, united.

    Archive 2007-03-01

  • Only together can we safeguard our social ideal for the future for the benefit of all the citizenesses and citizens of the European Union.

    Archive 2007-03-01

  • All I can say to this is that there must be a heck of a lot of closet punks and Goths in the Edinburgh Guild, disguised as respectable citizenesses of Morningside etc.

    Archive 2006-02-01

  • All I can say to this is that there must be a heck of a lot of closet punks and Goths in the Edinburgh Guild, disguised as respectable citizenesses of Morningside etc.

    Shrunken Heads.

  • Would responsible citizens be lynched in Martin Place, and dauntless citizenesses thrown into the harbour, when the fatal hour struck?

    Kangaroo

  • Perhaps it will be said that our interests as English citizens and citizenesses are bound to be local, or we could not impress the seal of our empire upon other nations 'memories.

    Memoir and Letters of Francis W. Newman

  • In the next her features resumed their stiffness, and she answered, "Tush! that is the business of citizenesses."

    The False Chevalier or, The Lifeguard of Marie Antoinette

  • But are they not quite right, these watchful citizenesses?

    The world as i see it

  • The mixedness of the pleasure came from certain highly respectable citizens, and more often citizenesses, of _la ville_ de La Ferté Macé; who had a habit of endowing the poor water-catchers with looks which I should not like to remember too well, at the same moment clutching whatever infants they carried or wore or had on leash spasmodically to them.

    The Enormous Room

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