a respectable member of the community
The festival was a great way for the local community to get together.
Many communities are facing budget problems.
People in the community wanted better police protection.
Recent Examples on the WebThe super-human efforts of libraries, community groups and arts organizations to provide shut-in San Diegans with story-times, Zoom guitar lessons and sustaining food deliveries.San Diego Union-Tribune, 26 Nov. 2022 Mayor Rick West was expected to hold a community vigil Monday to honor and grieve the victims.
Grace Hauck And Paul Bibeau, USA TODAY, 26 Nov. 2022 A few days prior, some hundred or so family and community members had inaugurated the space with a private ceremony, floating candles in the water and laying flowers on the names.
Jesse Dorris, The New Yorker, 26 Nov. 2022 Philadelphia's Office of Immigrant Affairs and the Office of Emergency Management have been preparing for the arrivals since summer, coordinating with community organizations.Arkansas Online, 26 Nov. 2022 Roxborough Park is a community located about 25 miles south of Denver.CBS News, 25 Nov. 2022 Slaugh said that after the gunman was subdued, the club instantly became a community again.
Amy Forliti And Stephen Groves, Chicago Tribune, 23 Nov. 2022 Slaugh said that after the gunman was subdued, the club instantly became a community again.
Amy Forliti And Stephen Groves, Anchorage Daily News, 23 Nov. 2022 In the 1920s and ‘30s, Little Tokyo was the biggest Japanese American community in the continental U.S., and the festival boosted its business and culture during the Depression.
Patt Morrisoncolumnist, Los Angeles Times, 22 Nov. 2022 See More
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Middle English comunete, from Anglo-French communité, from Latin communitat-, communitas, from communis — see commonentry 1