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Definition of Civically
Lexicographical Neighbors of Civically
Literary usage of Civically
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Types of Teaching by Lida Belle Earhart (1915)
"It is to help him think civically, and, if possible, to live civically." Arithmetic, which has to do with computations, yields much in the way of ..."
2. Studies by the Bureau of Educational Measurements and Standards by Kansas State Teachers College of Emporia (1915)
"It is to help him to think 'civically' and, if possible, to live 'civically.' Teacher and pupil must realize that they are studying living things. ..."
3. The Cambridge History of American Literature by William Peterfield Trent (1921)
"The literature which has grown out of all this effort is large and of vast importance civically, ethnologically, and politically, for it is the history of ..."
4. Bulletin by Montana Historical Society, Henry E. Legler Regional Branch, Library, Chicago Public Library, Chicago West Side Historical Society (1920)
"... been understood and accepted, the boys and girls are never again the same civically, socially, morally, hygienically, mathematically, or grammatically. ..."
5. The American Dramatist by Montrose Jonas Moses (1917)
"... we realized that it was only to pick up some art instinct which might just as well be developed to-day as it was in the time when guilds were civically ..."
6. Certain Delightful English Towns: With Glimpses of the Pleasant Country Between by William Dean Howells (1906)
"... and to whom the tradesman class has survived to minister. At any rate it is the fate of Folkestone to grow morally and civically more and more like ..."