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See also: còsmic
- Of or from or pertaining to the cosmos or universe.
- Characteristic of the cosmos or universe; inconceivably great; vast.
- cosmic speed
- 1874, John Tyndall, "Inaugural Address before the British Association", in Popular Science, October 1874, page 683
- The human understanding, for example—the faculty which Mr. Spencer has turned so skillfully round upon its own antecedents—is itself a result of the play between organism and environment through cosmic ranges of time.
- Of or relating to abstract spiritual or metaphysical ideas.
- 1981, William Irwin Thompson, The Time Falling Bodies Take to Light:Mythology, Sexuality and the Origins of Culture, page 9:
- Humpty Dumpty is the cosmic egg, the wall, the edge between transcendence and existence. As nothing breaks up into the world of things, the movement toward entropy becomes irreversible.
- 1999, John W. Milor, Apparition, page 272:
- “It's called transdimentional awareness,” Jay contributed to the conversation, “and it's like totally cosmic man.”
- (astronomy, dated) Rising or setting with the sun; not acronycal.
- cosmic background radiation
- cosmic bowling
- cosmic calendar
- cosmic censorship
- cosmic censorship hypothesis
- cosmic dust
- cosmic egg
- cosmic event horizon
- cosmic gravitational-wave background
- cosmic gravitational wave background
- cosmic infrared background
- cosmic joker
- cosmic latte
- cosmic microwave background
- cosmic neutrino background
- cosmic ray
- cosmic singularity
- cosmic string
- cosmic teapot
- cosmic wall
- first cosmic velocity
- second cosmic velocity
- third cosmic velocity
of or from or pertaining to the cosmos or universe
Declension of cosmic