Antonym: macrocosm. Similar words: macrocosm, microcomputer, microchip, microeconomics, microbe, crocodile, microphone, microscope. Meaning: ['maɪkrəʊkɑzm /-kɒ-] n. a miniature model of something.
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1. Man is a microcosm of the whole of mankind.
2. New York's mix of people is a microcosm of America.
3. The family is a microcosm of society.
4. This town is a microcosm of our world.
5. The audience was selected to create a microcosm of American society.
6. The developments in this town represent in microcosm what is happening in the country as a whole.
7. Kitchell says the city was a microcosm of all American culture during the '60s.
8. The final game was the series in microcosm.
9. In these terms, Howdendyke is the world in microcosm.
10. Maybe merchant banking is the ultimate microcosm for life after all.
11. Belief in the microcosm reflecting the macrocosm and viceversa does not produce some bland reflection of a theory of stable order.
12. New Hampshire is hardly a microcosm of the United States.
13. For her the romantic triangle may be a microcosm of deracination and social upheaval.
14. The wall is a microcosm of a city where art well and truly thrived.
15. It was a fantastic microcosm[Sentencedict], full of humour and savagery.
16. Their diverse origins can be seen in the microcosm of Nikol'skaia volost' alone.
17. The microcosm becomes the macrocosm: the key to the whole universe may well be hidden in one hydrogen atom.
18. The picture is of a freely developing microcosm whose internal dynamics nevertheless parallel those of the social macrocosm.
19. In this sense we are a microcosm of the university system as a whole.
20. The family is a microcosm of social existence for which our young are pre-adapted.
21. The state has become a microcosm of the economic change that has gripped the nation.
22. When the microcosm presents an experience of the macrocosm, it is dramatic indeed.
23. All the problems of society can be seen here in microcosm.
24. This small island contains the whole of nature in microcosm.
25. The macrocosm of the universe is mirrored in the microcosm of the mind.
26. The Germanic mind is highly amenable to the belief in correspondences between the Universe and Man - between microcosm and macrocosm.
27. Yet the focus of urban policy on specific areas has regularly reproduced these contradictions in microcosm.
28. Decaying school buildings provide a ready image for the nation in microcosm.
29. Apart from the family, the classroom is the most evident microcosm of society that young people experience.
30. The whole discordant palimpsest of photographic realities with which we are daily bombarded is communicated in the microcosm of a single canvas.
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