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cosmic

1. of or relating to the whole universe
2. occurring or originating in outer space, esp as opposed to the vicinity of the earth, the solar system, or the local galaxy

cosmic

[′käz·mik]
(astronomy)
Pertaining to the cosmos, the vast extraterrestrial regions of the universe.
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The modal aspects of the spheres are unique and cosmically constituted.
From this decorous, understated, very English play, confined parochially to the drawing room and the nursing home, explodes a cosmically inclusive vision; from comic to cosmic is a small step, as well as a giant leap.
He is eloquent and persuasive in arguing how subversive and cosmically seditious Christianity was to the Roman world.
An endless line of cars was stopped at the light, like a drainage canal whose source was in the center of the city (which seemed to Carlo cosmically distant).
Such cosmically psychic or divine evil raises the possibility of Manichean dualism, and such a dualism would undermine the very basis for a metaphysically grounded ethics by introducing ethical relativism into the cosmic order itself.
While the museum's downstairs galleries featured his most notable figurative paintings--lithe bodies laced with features composed, Arcimboldo-like, from butterflies, bugs, plants, and paint--the upstairs galleries exhibited the artist's cosmically patterned abstract compositions, with a small room dedicated to his photograms.
All are "charismatic" creatures in this socially constructed and cosmically balanced worldview, that is, they are endowed with their "gifts" by deity alone into their pre-ordained functions (Mallory, 1989).
The Devil, cosmically charged with limiting human freedom, is intimately tied to technology.
Such sticky irony's so easy it's erased by rows of tables tilting cosmically back toward the bar, raised by democracy's promise to turn an interregnum into an intermission graced by a coon show.
43) As opposed to Finnegans Wake, Nabokov's cosmically synchronized scenes create the impression that the novel is composed of disparate elements; but then these elements, "by a process of imagined superimposition," (44) come together in a unified, synchronous whole, a concatenation of images, constituting pieces of a huge puzzle waiting to be assembled in the very fashion the "anthropomorphic deity" of the text enjoins.
So now I'm restoring the family name and doing this for her - it's like she cosmically ordered it
Braunstein's project -- featuring cosmically inspired mosaics, murals, decorative trim and translucent, laminated glass -- will be officially dedicated Tuesday.