cosmopolitan

All Adjective Noun
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  • The town's cultural, foreign and cosmopolitan nature has continued since that time.
  • He was also the first man to ever make the cover of Cosmopolitan magazine.
  • Paris was a cosmopolitan city through which many artists and art movements passed.
  • The town is cosmopolitan in nature as people from every Indian state could be found here.
  • Having mixed community from all parts of India this is a cosmopolitan town by true means.
  • Australian Cosmopolitan now features plus size models in every issue of the magazine.
  • It mostly has middle class professionals and is more cosmopolitan than the main city.
  • They are native to all five oceans making them a more cosmopolitan species.
  • The family has a cosmopolitan distribution, though the majority of species are tropical.
  • The family has a cosmopolitan distribution, with the majority of species being tropical.
  • As such, its population composition is far more cosmopolitan for a provincial capital of its size.
  • The Chinese civilization became open and cosmopolitan to all people from near and far away.
  • The population is cosmopolitan as the employees come from all parts of the country.
  • This might have been caused by invasions of cosmopolitan species, rather than any single event.
  • She has described herself as being raised in a "liberal, cosmopolitan" family.
  • A Cosmopolitan special edition was later added to the line-up.
  • Service to the market became more cosmopolitan as a result.
  • In fact, human transport has spread several individual species accidentally, so that each of them has become cosmopolitan.
  • A man, who even in this crowd of well-dressed cosmopolitans attracted a second look. Cited from The Little Colonel's Chum: Mary Ware, by Annie Fellows Johnston
  • Being a modern cosmopolitan society, today, all types of music can be found in Quebec.
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Words starting with cosmopolitan

Meaning of cosmopolitan

  • noun A sophisticated person who has travelled in many countries
  • adjective Growing or occurring in many parts of the world
    a cosmopolitan herb, cosmopolitan in distribution
  • adjective Composed of people from or at home in many parts of the world; especially not provincial in attitudes or interests
    his cosmopolitan benevolence impartially extended to all races and to all creeds"- T.B. Macaulay, the ancient and cosmopolitan societies of Syria and Egypt, that queer, cosmopolitan, rather sinister crowd found around the Marseilles docks