Noun(1) a miniature model of something
(1) Thus, TCM views each of us as part of one unbroken whole, a microcosm , or smaller universe of Nature.(2) In this respect, Dresden is a microcosm of the situation throughout the former East Germany.(3) Berlin is a microcosm of Germany, in unity as in division(4) In a way, the Island thus becomes a microcosm of urban society.(5) It is how we have come to know what we are - and what we are is (to use some old language) a microcosm of the macrocosm.(6) As a junior at Onteora High School, I saw my school become a microcosm of the situation in the larger community.(7) The microcosm as well as the macrocosm is based on a constant harmony of movement, from the atoms to the galaxies.(8) Most important is the nearly universal idea of microcosm and macrocosm.(9) This album's strength lies in addressing both microcosm and macrocosm.(10) It is tempting to view the situation as a microcosm of his later life.(11) The human being is thus a microcosm , containing in little the same energies as the macrocosm.(12) Some of these traditions also mapped this onto the breath as a way of talking about macrocosm and microcosm .(13) Through such liturgy, both the universe as macrocosm and the individual human being as microcosm are transformed, transfigured and deified.(14) The ideal jury is a microcosm of the community from which it is drawn.(15) Currently, the city is a microcosm of the lurching recovery of the country.(16) The coaching situation is a microcosm of the differences between the way the two franchises operate.
1. microcosm ::
2. man ::
3. person ::
4. mortal ::
5. prick ::
Different Formsmicrocosm, microcosmic, microcosms
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