civic

All Adjective Noun
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  • Info Civic is something being related to a city or municipality.
  • The park also has a community center building where community and civic groups meet.
  • The park has been the site of many large civic events.
  • The city has maintained it and used it as a civic center since that time.
  • Only a few civic buildings were constructed during the early 19th century.
  • The small county town started to become a civic town.
  • All other things, such as civic life or wealth, are merely means to the end.
  • The games usually feature six active players as well as their player-coach playing against a group of local civic leaders.
  • The building is still in use today, owned and operated by a local civic non-profit organization.
  • It is source of controversy with various civic groups and the city government.
  • The first library board included officers from the civic league.
  • For this action, he received a civic crown from the local municipality.
  • The cause of these multiple claims was civic competition for the honor.
  • A civic association was formed to address the need of area residents.
  • Adult education classes are held here as well as meetings for civic and student groups.
  • Most of the structures, however, were designed as a civic, religious and economic center.
  • The law of our being, so revealed, involves in its turn civic or political duties.
  • Thus, civic life could be controlled by the one who could deliver the best speech.
  • He covered local government and civic events and was promoted to City Editor after about two years.
  • The city has many social activities sponsored by church and civic organizations.
  • The Civic Center Library is located on the ground floor of the city hall.
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Meaning of civic

  • adjective Of or relating or belonging to a city
    civic center, civic problems