cosmos, chosmos, gosmos, nghosmos
Noun(1) everything that exists anywhere(2) any of various mostly Mexican herbs of the genus Cosmos having radiate heads of variously colored flowers and pinnate leaves; popular fall-blooming annuals
(1) Chamomile and cosmos are two other composites you might consider when planning your garden for the sake of beneficial insects.(2) Very fancy fences can be created from tall flowering annuals such as cleome, cosmos , dahlias, sweet peas and sunflowers for a display of spring, summer and autumn colour.(3) It operates within the larger context of the local community and the rhythms and relationship of nature and the cosmos .(4) To carry the container plantings through the last remaining warm days, replant them with late-summer annuals such as cosmos , marigolds, salvias, or zinnias.(5) Is ├ö├ç├┐nature├ö├ç├û the cosmos rendered in anthropomorphic terms?(6) The Goya concept is inspired by the idea of the cosmos , blending totality with the unspecific.(7) Later in the season there are many others such as coneflowers, cosmos , goldenrods, or lavender that they will enjoy.(8) Any concern about the human relationship to the planet Earth is a vastly different consideration from that of the human relationship to the cosmos as a whole.(9) A black and green garden collection of 96 plants costs Ôö¼├║120 and includes dark dahlias, cosmos , perilla and scabiosa and green euphorbias, gladiolus and zinnia.(10) Reserve some space for colorful annuals like zinnia, marigold, calendula, alyssum, and cosmos .(11) Their results suggest that the reionization of the cosmos occurred when the universe was 6-7 percent of its current age.(12) And this meant that the whole of the cosmos was seen to be informed by a kind of Logos - or divine reason - which was ordering its patterns.(13) Or plant chocolate cosmos and chocolate daisies near a garden bench where you'd like visitors to stop and sit.(14) Annuals such as snapdragons, cosmos , zinnias, etc., are also planted in early spring after the last frost.(15) In this time there arose a widespread belief in the Heat Death of the Universe, the idea that the cosmos as a whole would eventually fizzle out just as a bouncing ball gradually dissipates its energy and comes to rest.(16) But then on the other hand, the whole cosmos or universe is based on this love or compassion.
1. macrocosm ::
2. world ::
3. existence ::
4. universe ::
5. creation ::
Different Formscosmos, cosmoses
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