Definition of Macrocosmic

1. Adjective. Relating to or constituting a macrocosm.

Partainyms: Macrocosm
Derivative terms: Macrocosm



Definition of Macrocosmic

1. a. Of or pertaining to the macrocosm.

Definition of Macrocosmic

1. Adjective. Of or pertaining to the macrocosm (universe). ¹

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Definition of Macrocosmic

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Macrocosmic

macrochylomicron
macroclimate
macroclimates
macrocnaemia
macrococcus
macrocode
macrocolon
macrocomputer
macrocomputers
macrocondition
macroconditions
macroconidia
macroconidium
macrocornea
macrocosm
macrocosmic (current term)
macrocosmically
macrocosms
macrocrack
macrocracking
macrocracks
macrocranium
macrocryoglobulin
macrocryoglobulinaemia
macrocryst
macrocrystal
macrocrystalline
macrocrysts
macrocycle
macrocycles

Literary usage of Macrocosmic

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1. The Journal of Jurisprudence by Law Library Microform Consortium (1888)
"Whether there is also a macrocosmic development capable of being discovered in these laws, is a question which it belongs to natural science and philosophy ..."

2. The Rosicrucian Cosmo-conception; Or, Mystic Christianity: An Elementary by Max Heindel (1911)
"Were it not for the macrocosmic desire body it would keep on in that way indefinitely, but the macrocosmic desire body steps in at a certain point and ..."

3. The Mechanism of the Universe, and Its Primary Effort-exerting Powers: The by Augustus Fendler (1874)
"Our own bodies are thus considered, part of the macrocosmic body. ... of that substance, can not be said to be constituent parts of the macrocosmic soul. ..."

4. The Rosicrucian Cosmo-conception: Or, Christian Occult Science, an by Max Heindel (1910)
"Were it not for the macrocosmic desire body it would keep on in that way indefinitely, but the macrocosmic desire body steps in at a certain point and ..."

5. The Science of Breath and the Philosophy of the Tattvas by Rāma-prasāda (1897)
"This is the macrocosmic soul, the Ishvara of Patanjali, which remains for ever in that ... This Ishvara, as I conceive it, is only a macrocosmic centre, ..."

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