[ US /ˈsɪtɪzənˌʃɪp/ ]
[ UK /sˈɪtɪzənʃˌɪp/ ]
  1. the status of a citizen with rights and duties
  2. conduct as a citizen
    award for good citizenship
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How To Use citizenship In A Sentence

  • Accompanying the exclusion from the labour market has been a policy of disenfranchising the underclass from full welfare citizenship.
  • Citizenship status would have insulated her from deportation even after her drug conviction.
  • This has been done on numerous occasions in the past by the Senate with regard to appointments by governors, and does NOT involve judging "qualifications" (age, citizenship, and inhabitancy) which was limited in Powell v. McCormack. Blago Does All Us A Favor
  • Einstein gave up his German citizenship in 1932 and became a naturalised American citizen in 1940.
  • Only people who can trace their family history in Kuwait back before 1920 are entitled to citizenship.
  • The electronic republic, therefore, has already started to redefine the traditional roles of citizenship and political leadership.
  • It is not a mere matter of citizenship; it is a birthright and a shared inheritance.
  • Some of them married Indonesian women, converted to Islam or other faiths and applied for Indonesian citizenship.
  • Citizenship of the Union was to be established and close co-operation on justice and home affairs was to be developed.
  • He is in no different position from anyone else who obtains citizenship by false means.
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