Origin of citation
OTHER WORDS FROM citationci·ta·tion·al, adjectivenon·ci·ta·tion, nounpre·ci·ta·tion, noun
Words nearby citation
How to use citation in a sentence
In response to questions about overall police enforcement of a seditious language law, he sent VOSD the definition of a citation.Those Ticketed for Seditious Language Say Their Only Crime Was Talking Back|Kate Nucci|September 9, 2020|Voice of San Diego
Nearly half of the citations went to people between 19 and 28 years old.SDPD Says it Will Stop Enforcing Seditious Language Law|Kate Nucci|August 17, 2020|Voice of San Diego
List your business in the largest and most relevant directories for your city or region to get the most coverage from relevant citations.
You don’t need a lot of these sites to complete an effective citation profile.
Structured citations an essential element in local SEO despite the reduced effectiveness they once had as a ranking factor.
That officer believed my fair-skinned son was white, according to the traffic citation I examined.
The university claims students can face a citation or fine for violating the UNO smoking prohibition.The University Of New Orleans’ Cigarette Ban Is Total BS|Chloé Valdary|October 21, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The sort of reader who believes that typing Do you have a citation for that?
Saying so is to make a statement so obvious as to defy the need for citation.
Jamelle calls the act of crossing the border a minor deal, akin to a traffic citation.
It is often convenient for a teacher, and others, to recall the number of a page of a book in which a citation is found.Assimilative Memory|Marcus Dwight Larrowe (AKA Prof. A. Loisette)
It is the latest work on the subject, especially rich in the citation of authorities.The Private Life of the Romans|Harold Whetstone Johnston
We should deal unfairly with it were we to attempt either citation or summary.
Here, certainly, as in the previous citation, the idea is not identical with that expressed by Hamlet.Montaigne and Shakspere|John M. Robertson
The laws of Lycurgus were in many instances utterly subversive of morality, and too outrageous for citation.Female Scripture Biographies, Vol. II|Francis Augustus Cox
British Dictionary definitions for citation
- an official summons to appear in court
- the document containing such a summons