cosmos[ koz-muh s, -mohs ]SEE DEFINITION OF cosmos
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COSMOS
And where once burned the eye of the Cosmos will be naught but a hideous emptiness.
It is the skeleton, the structure of life, love, the cosmos.
For a list of historic "dark days," see Humboldt, Cosmos, 1-120.
It was a ghostly reddish thing which filled half the cosmos.
The cosmos is about the smallest hole that a man can hide his head in.
God is a part of the cosmos, and yet he is distinct from it and from us, or we could not worship him.
The modeling room has remained in charge of Mr. Cosmos Mindeleff.
The moon is the center of our terrestrial individuality in the cosmos.
And which still seems to me the real truth, the clue to the cosmos.
And as living individuals we are the one, pure clue to our own cosmos.