Origin of cosmopolitan
Synonyms for cosmopolitan
Antonyms for cosmopolitan
Examples from the Web for cosmopolitanism
Contemporary Examples of cosmopolitanism
The architecture, culture, cosmopolitanism, and engagement of the local population could hardly fail to impress.Do the Olympics Boost the Economy? Studies Show the Impact Is Likely Negative
July 30, 2012
Many argue he ended a long era of cosmopolitanism and liberalism in Egypt.Revolutionary Memories
February 4, 2011
Historical Examples of cosmopolitanism
Patriotism and internationalism or cosmopolitanism are two opposites.The Psychology of Nations
There were not a few touches of cosmopolitanism suggestive of that gathering.Impressions of a War Correspondent
She had about her something that Clancy could not define, and which was cosmopolitanism, worldliness.Find the Woman
Arthur Somers Roche
As for that cosmopolitanism for which you censure him, we do not agree there; it is just that which interests me in him.
You remember the morning when you were so gay, and when you gave me the theory of your cosmopolitanism?
Word Origin for cosmopolitan
1844, from cosmopolite "citizen of the world" (q.v.) on model of metropolitan. The U.S. women's magazine of the same name was first published in 1886. Cosmopolitanism first recorded 1828.