citizenship

[ sit-uh-zuh n-ship, -suh n- ]SEE DEFINITION OF citizenship
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After all, what vast privileges do you lose with your citizenship.

Constitutionally, they turned upon the obligations of citizenship.

Yet he is not possessed of the civil rights which citizenship should carry with it.

When this spirit of citizenship is missing, no government program can replace it.

You are fighting to overcome this great monopoly of citizenship.

Citizenship is a condition or status and has no relation to age or sex.

Shall we throw away that citizenship, or shall we maintain and strengthen that Empire?

She would have to recover her American citizenship—she and the child.

Of what "citizenship" implied they had, of course, no idea at all.

Both had been robbed alike of the same privileges of citizenship.

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