civilization

[ siv-uh-luh-zey-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF civilization

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CIVILIZATION

As a matter of fact, "civilization" never remains long in the same spot.

All this had been changed after they had become exposed to the civilization of Egypt.

What, then, is civilization in the economy of the human animal?

Land, I warn't in no hurry to git out and buck at civilization again.

The distinguishing device of civilization and enlightenment.

This poor queen is defenceless, because her civilization is dead, too.

Civilization, enlightenment,—they are vague terms, hollow sounds.

Civilization has evils unknown to the savage state; and vice versa.

Civilization is the eternal sacrifice of one generation to the next.

I think that glimpses of the gloom of our civilization ought to be recorded.

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