civic

[siv-ik]
adjective
1.
of or pertaining to a city; municipal: civic problems.
2.
of or pertaining to citizenship; civil: civic duties.
3.
of citizens: civic pride.

Origin:
1535–45; < Latin cīvicus, equivalent to cīv(is) citizen + -icus -ic

civically, adverb
anticivic, adjective
intercivic, adjective
procivic, adjective
uncivic, adjective
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civic (ˈsɪvɪk)
 
adj
of or relating to a city, citizens, or citizenship: civic duties
 
[C16: from Latin cīvicus, from cīvis citizen]
 
'civically
 
adv

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civic
1542, from L. civicus "of a citizen," adj. derivation of civis "townsman."
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Example sentences
You've been asked to increase civic activity in your community.
Knowledge of science no doubt has some practical and civic benefits.
The new mayors will be able to knock heads together, and their ability to
  attract media attention will help to foster civic pride.
Business and government leaders met to search their civic souls.
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