Civic [adjective]

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Sentence/Example of Civic:

But those I speak of, the best women of every small town, are constantly active in civic affairs.

Who has not copied the Parthenon as the severest in its proportions for public buildings for civic purposes?

Two of these cities, Berlin and Paris, are splendid examples of what can be done where there is plenty of civic pride.

We can also understand the eagerness with which the Roman welcomed a respite from civic and social duties.

And, let me tell you, the rural cuisine of France far excels the civic cuisine that we sometimes meet with out of France.

The bridge of boats at Mosul is civic property; and is hired out annually to anyone who will farm it, for a very substantial sum.

It took the moral degradation of the city to rouse the churches to activity as redemptive civic powers.

If their divine right of citizenship has been forfeited, it is by their own civic sin of omission.

But these men when wealthy will support liberally institutions made necessary by their civic indifference.

The rural population gradually diminished, while the civic population increased.