the true cosmopolite, the great world figure, always had his roots deep in the peculiar soil of his own country
To you, cosmopolite , he might be a typical man in a typical business suit.
As a messenger of peace, Johnson's cosmopolite offers redemption to a violent, racially striated world.
The book's protagonist, Luther Green, is an icy cosmopolite with strong connections to his family and the inner-city neighborhood of his adolescence.
Acton was a true cosmopolite who was equally at home in England, France, Germany, and Italy, and in each country he had relatives of exalted position.
Even while electrifying the cosmopolite yuppies with hard rock, heavy metal and thrash metal, he has pop and slow rock numbers in plenty in his quiver.
Here is Arthur Norris, cosmopolite , con man and convict, in wig and monocle, stepping out of the shadows.
The cosmopolite embodies the migratory subject position of those who do not fit neatly into racial categories prescribed by United States society and politics.
Neruda, he said, would like to extol the virtues of his fatherland for all nations to see while Sitor seems to be a cosmopolite still weighed down by the legacy of his ancestors.
Will we see you in your role as a pro-Atlantic lobbyist and cosmopolite after the expiry of your term as director general?