microcosm

[ mahy-kruh-koz-uh m ]SEE DEFINITION OF microcosm
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The microcosm of the human body is the lesser image of the macrocosm.

Each particle is a microcosm, and faithfully renders the likeness of the world.

It is quite true that to a man with his gifts any microcosm will do for a macrocosm in miniature.

Their organization was a microcosm of that of the entire empire.

But I perceive now that my thought was a seed containing my omniscience in microcosm.

Here they established a boy periodical, called the "Microcosm."

We cannot help fearing that the microcosm may get the worst of it.

Their organisation was a microcosm of that of the entire Empire.

From whence did she derive the theory of macrocosm and microcosm?

For this reason man is called a microcosm or universe in miniature.

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