of or relating to a city; municipal:
of or relating to citizenship; civil:
Meanwhile, Guatemalan civic groups worry that the presence of U.S. troops could once again stoke repression at home.
Guatemala: A Losing Battle in the War on Drugs? Mac Margolis September 15, 2012
U.S. Honda sales rose 30.9 percent from September 2011, to 117,211 units, led by gains in the Accord and the civic.
U.S. Car Sales Continue Their Rise in September Daniel Gross October 1, 2012
Now that giving thanks to God no longer plays a prominent role in American civic life, Whom or What do we thank on Thanksgiving?
Up to a Point: Thanks to the Biggest Turkey, Uncle Sam P. J. O’Rourke November 26, 2014
They have somehow managed to stay rooted in a time when greed was tempered by civic morality.
Michael Tomasky: Why Jamie Dimon Should Resign From J.P. Morgan Michael Tomasky May 14, 2012
Ferocious debates over civilian complaint review boards tore the civic fabric to shreds.
Bill Lynch, the Culminator Michael Tomasky August 11, 2013
Mr. Layton was a respected citizen of the 22 town and foremost in its civic activities.
The Radio Boys Trailing a Voice Allen Chapman
Women were secluded from all civic life and from all intellectual culture.
The Truth About Woman C. Gasquoine Hartley
It was stated that at the Cathedral the civic procession “passed along the rush-strewed pavement into the choir.”
Norfolk Annals Charles Mackie
It ain’t no part of our civic economy to let Red Dog get by with anything.
Faro Nell and Her Friends Alfred Henry Lewis
Mesmer’s son Joseph is still living and is active in civic affairs.
Sixty Years in Southern California 1853-1913 Harris Newmark
of or relating to a city, citizens, or citizenship: civic duties
1540s, originally mostly in civic crown (Latin corona civica), a chaplet of oak leaves awarded to one who saved the life of a fellow citizen in battle, from Latin civicus “of a citizen,” adjectival derivation of civis “townsman” (see city). Sense of “having to do with citizens” is from 1790.
of, relating to, or consisting of citizens: civil life; civil society. of the commonwealth or state: civil affairs. of citizens in their ordinary capacity, or of the ordinary life and affairs of citizens, as distinguished from military and ecclesiastical life and affairs. of the citizen as an individual: civil liberty. befitting a citizen: a civil […]
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of, relating to, or characteristic of Greek and Roman antiquity: classical literature; classical languages. conforming to ancient Greek and Roman models in literature or art, or to later systems modeled upon them. marked by classicism: classical simplicity. Music. of, relating to, or constituting the formally and artistically more sophisticated and enduring types of music, as […]
a person who is not on active duty with a military, naval, police, or fire fighting organization. Informal. anyone regarded by members of a profession, interest group, society, etc., as not belonging; nonprofessional; outsider: We need a producer to run the movie studio, not some civilian from the business world. a person versed in or […]
the principles or styles characteristic of the literature and art of ancient Greece and Rome. adherence to such principles. the style in literature and art, or adherence to its principles (contrasted with ). Compare (def 7). a Greek or Latin idiom or form, especially one used in some other language. scholarship or learning. Historical Examples […]
an adherent of in literature or art (contrasted with ). an authority on the ; a classical scholar. a person who advocates study of the ancient Greek and Roman . Contemporary Examples classicist James Romm writes that we have replaced head-to-head competition with collaboration and self-expression. The Olympics Wimps Out on Wrestling and Competition James […]