- pure consciousness.
Origin of cit
Examples from the Web for cits
Historical Examples of cits
That dog knew as much as some Cits and he acted just like them about the glorious day.Plunkitt of Tammany Hall
George Washington Plunkitt
Could they once get home on the Perthshire cits, he had little fear of the result.Montrose
But they were mistaken in their politics, for the cits soon got them.Caricature and Other Comic Art
"I reckon it'll be all right," he chuckled, as he began to shed his "cits" clothing.On Guard
The Democratic convention will be held just before the 'Cits' hold theirs.The Lash
Olin L. Lyman
- Central Institute of Technology
Word Origin and History for cits
colloquial shortening of citizen, 1640s; contrasted to a countryman or a gentleman, usually with some measure of opprobrium (Johnson defines it as "A pert low townsman; a pragmatical trader").