Origin of cosmopolite
Related formscos·mop·o·lit·ism, nounnon·cos·mop·o·lite, nounnon·cos·mop·o·lit·ism, noun
Examples from the Web for cosmopolite
The cosmopolite approached them at a hurried pace, and apparently in much excitement.The Funny Philosophers|George Yellott
Where did this cosmopolite, who really has no English roots, learn the system?
Ours is so young, and so cosmopolite, a country, that our art shows the same brevity of lineage as our society.Contemporary American Composers|Rupert Hughes
As a cosmopolite, and on general principles of being, I prefer the Dalles way.
Sam, the cosmopolite, who called bartenders in San Antone by their first name, stood in the door.Heart of the West|O. Henry