Thesaurus / cosmopolitan

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Soon afterward he was introduced to Gen. Foster, who gave him the position of steward on the Cosmopolitan.

The Roman religion was, in fact, a cosmopolitan mixture of all the atrocious superstitions of the world.

A Manual of the Historical Development of ArtG. G. (Gustavus George) Zerffi

The dress of the stout citizen announced a sedentary man rather than a cosmopolitan.

As the Cosmopolitan was passing Little Washington her pilot-house was blown off by the enemys shots.

His mother was French, however, and he was educated at Oxford and he is as cosmopolitan as any man I ever met.

The Palace of Darkened WindowsMary Hastings Bradley

“I am a sort of cosmopolitan rover, without ties—except such as are here,” he added significantly.

AlettaBertram Mitford

"But they are merely the same thing," said the cosmopolitan, gayly.

From the Easy Chair, vol. 1George William Curtis

I sought retirement for many reasons, but I am a cosmopolitan.

A Dream of EmpireWilliam Henry Venable

Most genera and most species are cosmopolitan; but local differences are often marked.

Cosmopolitan that I am, yet I am not prone to accept the invitations of strangers.

Spies of the KaiserWilliam Le Queux

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