Cosmos (noun)

  1. The universe seen as a well-ordered whole.
  2. A system of thought.
  3. A flower with a brightly colored daisy-like flower head, native to Mexico and the southern US.

Origin:

From greek 'kosmos' ('order, world').

Examples:

  1. The cosmos is vast and mysterious.
  2. She had a cosmic perspective on life.
  3. The ancient Greeks developed a cosmology that described the structure of the universe.
  4. The cosmos of the modern physicist is vastly different from that of the ancient philosopher.
  5. The cosmos in her garden bloomed with vivid colors.
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