noun, plural cos·mos, cos·mos·es for 2, 4.
Origin of cosmos
Examples from the Web for cosmos
This was in 1964, and Hawking is now 72, and still rattling the cosmos.
That was the most interesting part of Cosmos, unfortunately.
It serves as the heart of the collective works, as an interface between the cosmos and humanity.
The sounds she performs from the violins on canvas replicate her idea of sounds found in the cosmos.
Everywhere we look in the cosmos, we see galaxies, forming a thick network that almost looks like cells in the human brain.
I had no more part in her cosmos than in that of any woman whose photograph I might have admired in a miscellaneous collection.The Portal of Dreams|Charles Neville Buck
The term was too often vulgarly misused in Mrs. Tilney's cosmos to excite anticipation.Rich Man, Poor Man|Maximilian Foster
In the fairy tales the cosmos goes mad; but the hero does not go mad.Tremendous Trifles|G. K. Chesterton
There are other Ferdinandos, and other Cosmos,—all grand-ducal and pater-patrial, as Medici should be.
When he wrote to friends for information in finishing "Cosmos," he asked for speedy answers, saying, "The dead ride fast."Famous Men of Science|Sarah K. Bolton