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synonyms for cosmopolitan

  • cultured
  • metropolitan
  • sophisticated
  • urbane
  • worldly
  • catholic
  • public
  • smooth
  • universal
  • cultivated
  • ecumenical
  • global
  • gregarious
  • planetary
  • polished
  • well-travelled
  • worldwide
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antonyms for cosmopolitan

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  • unrefined
  • unsophisticated
  • particular
  • specific
  • country
  • rural
  • rustic
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How to use cosmopolitan in a sentence

During what would turn out to be a 12-year stint in office, Ferré transformed Miami from a one-trick tourist destination into a thriving cosmopolitan city by fostering high-rise construction and opening the city’s ports to international business.
FLORIDA LIKE YOU’VE NEVER SEEN ITSTEPHEN STARRAUGUST 27, 2021OZY
Adams carried most of the city’s neighborhoods outside its cosmopolitan core.
HOW ERIC ADAMS WON THE NEW YORK CITY MAYORAL PRIMARYNATHANIEL RAKICH (NATHANIEL.RAKICH@FIVETHIRTYEIGHT.COM)AUGUST 25, 2021FIVETHIRTYEIGHT
Its cosmopolitan hippies and surfers and acid burnouts still exist, but they share a state with millions of people who are more rural, more conservative, more rugged.
THE BALLAD OF THE CHOWCHILLA BUS KIDNAPPINGKALEB HORTONJULY 23, 2021VOX
At the same time, though, where Bush was incurious and parochial, Obama was intellectual and cosmopolitan.
PRESIDENTS USED TO BE THE FACES OF THEIR POLITICAL PARTIES. IS THAT NO LONGER THE CASE?JULIA AZARIJULY 13, 2021FIVETHIRTYEIGHT
Compared with those settlements, Salisbury was cosmopolitan.
A MAGICAL REALM OF CRABS AND CHICKENSJVERSTEEGHJULY 8, 2021OUTSIDE ONLINE
They pondered the relationships between East and West, tradition and modernity, national allegiance and cosmopolitan ideals.
CHINA’S PATH TO MODERNIZATION HAS, FOR CENTURIES, GONE THROUGH MY HOMETOWNYANGYANG CHENGJUNE 30, 2021MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW
Surprisingly, Byzantine sources were often silent on this racialized difference, potentially taking it for granted in their cosmopolitan empire.
ANTI-BLACKNESS AND TRANSPHOBIA ARE OLDER THAN WE THOUGHTROLAND BETANCOURTJUNE 16, 2021WASHINGTON POST
The book begins with the admirably cosmopolitan premise that one might learn something about the United States by asking people elsewhere how things look from their point of view.
A THREE-PRONGED EXAMINATION INTO WHAT HAPPENS TO AMERICA NEXTBEVERLY GAGEJUNE 11, 2021WASHINGTON POST
He was mentally so cosmopolitan, so much at ease in the world, that here in London he readily found himself at home indeed.
THE EVE OF THE REVOLUTIONCARL BECKER
As he spoke he gesticulated slightly, and no second glance was needed to realise that he was a thorough-going cosmopolitan.
THE DOCTOR OF PIMLICOWILLIAM LE QUEUX
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WORDS RELATED TO COSMOPOLITAN

  • advanced
  • catholic
  • cosmopolitan
  • dispassionate
  • flexible
  • free-thinking
  • indulgent
  • liberal
  • open
  • open-minded
  • permissive
  • progressive
  • radical
  • receptive
  • responsive
  • tolerant
  • unbiased
  • unbigoted
  • undogmatic
  • unprejudiced
  • wide
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