Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


They are cosmopolitans, and yet deep rooted in the Italian soil.

They are exiles or they are citizens; there is no moment when they are cosmopolitans.

New York is a cosmopolitan city; but it is not a city of cosmopolitans.

Like him, they were cosmopolitans and had seen unusual areas of life.

We have men who boast that they are cosmopolitans, citizens of the world.

The English shipbuilders are cosmopolitans, like the organ-grinders.

Three of them were Argentine citizens, and the others were cosmopolitans.

They loved England and they loved Italy; yet they were the very reverse of cosmopolitans.

They were cosmopolitans, and among them were a number of Russians.

He was a cosmopolitan of cosmopolitans, and, before entering the Foreign Office, had held a commission in the Engineers.