civil

[ siv-uhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF civil

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

In the following century came the three sieges of the Civil War.

“I can walk,” he said, with a little friendly laugh to the civil driver.

It might be thought that I would have a right to civil answers here.

In 1875 he was created an honorary member of the Institution of Civil Engineers.

When a man makes a fair offer, it's no more 'n civil to close with it.

If it is the crown of sex to be desired, here you have it, under seal of the civil bond.

Let him remember that he is also a man; and let his manner be manly as well as civil.

But I wouldn't value all one pin's pint, if it was kind and civil she was to me.

You're as blind as most folks were five years before the Civil War.

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