Definition of 'citizenry'
Example sentences containing 'citizenry'
`Upon his return from the wars the weary warrior is greeted by the indifference not to say hostility of an ingrate citizenry.DOUBTFUL MOTIVES (2001)
As the citizenry hurried up the steep streets of Citadel in a tide of rumour and fear, the family made its own way to the assembly ground.A TIME OF WAR (2001)
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Definition of citizenry from the Collins English Dictionary
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