Origin of cosmopolite
OTHER WORDS FROM cosmopolitecos·mop·o·lit·ism, nounnon·cos·mop·o·lite, nounnon·cos·mop·o·lit·ism, noun
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How to use cosmopolite in a sentence
It's far, far better for Americans to hear that kind of talk from him than from Obama, the black urban liberal cosmopolite.Gay Marriage: Obama Still Should Stay in the Closet|Michael Tomasky|May 7, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Does the cosmopolite necessarily pay for his freedom by a want of function—the impersonality of not being representative?Picture and Text|Henry James
As a cosmopolite, and on general principles of being, I prefer the Dalles way.
In manner and manners, tone and cast of thought he was English--delightfully English--though he cultivated the cosmopolite.Marse Henry (Vol. 2)|Henry Watterson