citizenry

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noun cit·i·zen·ry \-zən-rē also -sən-\

Definition of citizenry

plural

citizenries

  1. :  a whole body of citizens

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1795

First Known Use of citizenry

1795


CITIZENRY Defined for English Language Learners

citizenry

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Definition of citizenry for English Language Learners

  • : all the citizens of a place


CITIZENRY Defined for Kids

citizenry

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noun cit·i·zen·ry \ˈsi-tə-zən-rē\

Definition of citizenry for Students

  1. :  all the citizens of a place


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