Definition of cosmic in English:

cosmic

Syllabification: cos·mic
Pronunciation: /ˈkäzmik
 
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adjective

1Of or relating to the universe or cosmos, especially as distinct from the earth: cosmic matter
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  • As the cyclic activity of our solar orbit governs all life on earth, so our cosmic orbit governs all life in the solar system.
  • Most of the universe is behind the cosmic horizon and cannot be directly detected.
  • The cosmic microwave background radiation contains billions of photons for every baryon.
Synonyms
extraterrestrial, in space, from space
1.1Inconceivably vast: the song is a masterpiece of cosmic proportions
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  • He imagines himself channelling vast cosmic forces through his droning feedback guitar.
  • It was a display of gross incompetence on an almost cosmic scale.
  • They all were silent for a moment pondering this bit of cosmic coincidence.
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Derivatives

cosmical

adjective
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  • ‘Reducing the cosmical structure to variations on a single law,’ Yogananada wrote, ‘Einstein has reached across the ages.’
  • Pythagoras started from the cosmical system of Anaximenes.

cosmically

Pronunciation: /-(ə)lē/
adverb
More example sentences
  • They'll be more cosmically significant than the lunar eclipse that hung hauntingly over Busch Stadium on Wednesday night.
  • Single stars are of comparatively small mass, cosmically speaking, and so produce little deflection of light beams.
  • I actually made a list last year about why this shouldn't be cosmically possible.

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