- an internationally important city inhabited by many different peoples reflecting a great variety of cultures, attitudes, etc.
Origin of cosmopolis
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Examples from the Web for cosmopolis
Speaking of Cronenberg, you once said that making Cosmopolis “reinvigorated” your “ideas about acting.”Robert Pattinson’s Life After ‘Twilight’
June 13, 2014
The Cosmopolis protestors go a step beyond their real-world forebears.
In Cosmopolis, Packer Capital uses complex fractal modeling, based on patterns in nature, to map data in the markets.
The yuan gambit is the first clue that Cosmopolis deals with a parallel financial universe.
“Cosmopolis,” the David Cronenberg film starring Robert Pattinson, is a disquieting look at a twisted Wall Street.
My country is where there are most people like me—Cosmopolis!Egoists
In fact, the Republic of Learning to-day is the true Cosmopolis.The Spirit of America
Henry Van Dyke
You wished me, surely, to put it aside and send it to the Cosmopolis to-morrow?
Oh, shoot it along to Mrs. Archibald Moffam, at the Cosmopolis.
I can't go to a place like the Cosmopolis looking like this.
- an international city
C19: see cosmo-, polis 1
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