noun, plural cit·i·zen·ries.
- citizen kane,
- citizen science,
- citizen's arrest,
- citizen's charter,
- citizens band,
- citizens' band,
- citizenship papers,
Origin of citizenry
Examples from the Web for citizenry
That is the difference between the protections embedded in our Bill of Rights and the lived lives of our citizenry.
But it is too early to tell if the changes he helped unleash will prove sustainable, or if they will broadly serve our citizenry.
Chinese citizenry look outward too, but the relationship is often commercial, not cultural.Chinese Tourists Are Taking Hong Kong Protest Selfies|Brendon Hong|October 23, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Still, the Chinese citizenry is not likely to sympathize much with Gu.China’s Jackie O, Gu Kailai, Faces Quick Justice in ‘Trial of the Century’|Melinda Liu|August 7, 2012|DAILY BEAST
That annoying responsibility stuff comes from three words that are anathema to the Tea Partiers: United American citizenry.
Therefore, one cannot understand the apple-tree unless one knows something of its citizenry.The Apple-Tree|L. H. Bailey
There was no such thing as a citizenry trained to artillery.Our Army at the Front|Heywood Broun
There must be a social contract among the citizenry to obey a certain sovereign.Our Legal Heritage, 5th Ed.|S. A. Reilly
The Seattle citizenry, for the first time in some weeks, recalled the existence of the stars.The Sky Line of Spruce|Edison Marshall
For a planetary savior he was personally doing in an awful lot of the citizenry.Sense of Obligation|Henry Maxwell Dempsey (AKA Harry Harrison)