Synonyms for cosmopolite
- John/Jane Q. Public
- member of body politic
- member of community
- naturalized person
Antonyms for cosmopolite
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COSMOPOLITE
As a cosmopolite, I claim this privilege, at least, though I can see defects in all.
No, sir, it is the remarkable gift of our people to be cosmopolite.
Then you get the real British flavor, which the cosmopolite Englishman loses.
Like Herodotus, he was cosmopolite enough not to be narrowly patriotic.
A complete man is intellectually and physically a cosmopolite.
I think he was a cosmopolite, and belonged to the world generally.
Where did this cosmopolite, who really has no English roots, learn the system?
Why is Stanford unable to set to music the word ‘cosmopolite’?
You are a cosmopolite, and look on these things with too refined a speculation.
Compared with him as a cosmopolite, the Wandering Jew would have seemed a mere hermit.
late 16c., "man of the world; citizen of the world," from Greek kosmopolites "citizen of the world," from kosmos "world" (see cosmos) + polites "citizen" (see politic). In common use 17c. in a neutral sense; it faded out in 18c. but was revived from c.1800 with a tinge of reproachfulness (opposed to patriot).