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  • adjective Of the nature of citizens.


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  • "It sounds citizenish," said that lady, who had passed all her early life in the very heart of that city; "but to be sure," she added, with an air of deep thought, "I can change the name."

    The Semi-Detached House

  • The multitude, on the contrary, has something citizenish; it obtrudes itself even from beneath the ball-dress which shows itself at court; it is seen in the rich saloon of the wholesale merchant, as well as in the house of the brandy distiller, whose possessions give to him and his two brewers the right of election.

    O. T. a Danish Romance


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