citizen[ sit-uh-zuh n, -suh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF citizen
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CITIZEN
A brazen urn was carried round, in which every citizen deposited a pebble.
There was no such thing then as a citizen of the United States of and by itself.
In a republic the first rule for the guidance of the citizen is obedience to law.
The sentiment in the mind of every citizen is national strength.
In this new land, education will be every citizen's most prized possession.
He submitted to the French power, took the oath of allegiance, and became a French citizen.
The life in Albany was to me as if I had become a citizen of some new world.
He was no citizen in the state—he was a stranger in the land.
No power on earth can deprive him of his rights as an American citizen.
There is only one thing to be feared, Citizen Jacquetot—the press.