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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COSMIC

These few days of Austin's Whitsun visit had changed his cosmic view.

Now, our process is only an adaptation of these cosmic rays.

The emanations of the cosmic monster were at work on the Nomad.

Of course, if it is coming from outside the stratosphere as the cosmic rays do, there is no hope.

The other important observation is this: there is a cosmic cause for this.

Thus did they reflect on the nature of the cosmic powers, taken as a class.

Final solidification of the ethereal is, to us, the goal of cosmic ambition.

The bodies and the properties of livings things are cosmic, not chaotic.

Heretofore civilizations have floated on the cosmic atmosphere.

I'll draw it all from the accumulators, so as not to disturb you fellows on the cosmic intake.

WORD ORIGIN

1640s, from cosmo- + -ic. Originally "of this world" (which was the sense of Greek kosmikos); meaning "of the universe" is from 1846. Cosmical is attested from 1580s.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR COSMIC

solar

adjectivepertaining to the sun
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