Citizenry (noun)

  1. All the citizens of a state or country.
  2. The general body of citizens in a country or district.


Late middle english citinerie, from old french citinerie, from citiner, to reside in a city, from cité city.


  1. The citizenry of the city has always been politically active.
  2. The government is accountable to the citizenry.
  3. The citizenry is the backbone of any democracy.
  4. The citizenry's reaction to the new law was overwhelmingly positive.
  5. The citizenry of the country was called upon to vote in the national election.
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