adjective cos·mo·plastic \¦käzmə+\

Definition of cosmoplastic

  1. :  of a molding force regarded as operative in the formation of the world independently of God :  world-forming cosmoplastic and hylozoic atheisms — Ralph Cudworth

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Origin and Etymology of cosmoplastic

Greek kosmoplastēs molder of the world (from kosm- cosm- + -plastēs molder, from plassein to mold) + English -ic — more at plastic

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a trip made at another's expense

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