Of, relating to, or belonging to a city, a citizen, or citizenship; municipal or civil.(adjective)
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Use "civic" in a sentence
"*Although the term civic art has gone out of fashion, it was once widely used."
"The term civic humanism has gained wide circulation and influence since its reception into English-language historical writing."
"Knowing the depth of impact of digital literacy on low-income kids, Watkins is now focusing his efforts on figuring out how to connect these skills to what he calls "civic outcomes" -- issues that have a direct bearing on disenfranchised communities."