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- adv. In a cosmic manner.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. With the sun at rising or setting.
- adv. Universally.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- With reference to or throughout the cosmos or universe; universally.
- With the sun at rising or setting: as, a star is said to rise or set cosmically when it rises or sets with the sun
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Generally, though, he prefers to indulge in esoteric art rock and cosmically warped disco.
While I'm not quite as jaded as you, I agree that these "cosmically-proportioned" story lines have got to end.
Instead, they're concentrating on weenie whipping an analysis, which is valid if not cosmically elegant, that shows their current capsule and escape booster is inadequate.
But the truth is so cosmically abysmal that it threatens to expose a secret that could tear the very universe asunder.
Aside from this, everytime he transforms he becomes cosmically aware.
On Tuesday Cleveland vanquished James and the Miami Heat at home, cosmically avenging a former hero's curt departure for South Beach.
And she believes the stakes are cosmically dire, for both yin and yang, if men do not grow up fast.
Particularly a world in which the problems we face, from climate change to financial collapse to nuclear terrorism, are of a newly existential order, and our options for action are cosmically ineffectual.
It's about ambition, greed and corruption -- not intellectual error, a failure of understanding, incompetence and cosmically bad luck mixed with greed and corruption.
Meyers works cosmically and craftily, depicting structure through simple repetition and undermining it with accidental chaos.