Many argue he ended a long era of cosmopolitanism and liberalism in Egypt.
The architecture, culture, cosmopolitanism, and engagement of the local population could hardly fail to impress.
Political indifference brought about a high degree of cosmopolitanism, especially among those who 101were banished.
There were not a few touches of cosmopolitanism suggestive of that gathering.
Others of us are simply swamped by the multitude and find our refuge in cosmopolitanism.
And the cosmopolitanism of the streets is still more marked.
Among them was a brother of the King of Scotland,—a rather delightful episode of the cosmopolitanism of religion.
This is where the cosmopolitanism of our radical group is a poor guide for action.
But it would be incorrect to assume, therefore, that cosmopolitanism is a dominant trait.
Mobility and cosmopolitanism are of the very essence of the Society.
cosmopolitan cos·mo·pol·i·tan (kŏz'mə-pŏl'ĭ-tn)
Growing or occurring in many parts of the world; widely distributed. n.
A cosmopolitan organism.