City-i in a sentence

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How to use city-i in a sentence. City-i pronunciation.

Presently, coming to a milestone, I rested against it, and, looking round towards the vast city, I fell into a train of meditation: page321.jpg} I thought of all my ways and doings since the day of my first arrival in that vast city-I had worked and toiled, and, though I had accomplished nothing at all commensurate with the hopes which I had entertained previous to my arrival, I had achieved my own living, preserved my independence, and become indebted to no one.
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The point of view of the average mortal-out in the city-is that if you don't do exactly as everyone else does there's something the matter with you, morally or mentally.
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I thought of all my ways and doings since the day of my first arrival in that vast city-I had worked and toiled, and, though I had accomplished nothing at all commensurate with the hopes which I had entertained previous to my arrival, I had achieved my own living, preserved my independence, and become indebted to no one.
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Examples of City-i

Example #1
I was now quitting it, poor in purse, it is true, but not wholly empty; rather ailing it may be, but not broken in health; and, with hope within my bosom, had I not cause upon the whole to be thankful?
Example #2
Presently, coming to a milestone on which was graven nine miles, I rested against it, and looking round towards the vast city, which had long ceased to be visible, I fell into a train of meditation.
Example #3
In the Village they leave you in peace, and take it for granted that you're decent until you've blatantly proven yourself the opposite.
Example #4
Then there is that curious quality about Greenwich so endearing to those who know it, the quality of a haven, a refuge, a place of protected freedom.
Example #5
I was now quitting it, poor in purse, it is true, but not wholly empty; rather ailing it may be, but not broken in health; and, with hope within my bosom, had I not cause upon the whole to be thankful?
Example #6
Presently, coming to a milestone on which was graven nine miles, I rested against it, and looking round towards the vast city, which had long ceased to be visible, I fell into a train of meditation.