There was only the moss-rose in her basket, and the red and white currants that had been given her for her dinner.
Will you take out that moss-rose, Fanny, and let me hold it in my hand?
One day, to my astonishment, he brought me a moss-rose bud from a bush which had been trained against a column of the veranda.
The saints watch over you, for your mouth is like a moss-rose!
He picked a moss-rose bud and a few Scotch roses, made them into a posy, and gave them to Florence.
It was composed of white camelias, moss-rose buds, and violets.
And the surtout, single-breasted, was thrown open gallantly; and in the second button-hole thereof was a moss-rose.
"The moss-rose is in bloom," he announced, standing in the parlour door.
They went out into the garden and stood before the moss-rose bush.
He had fallen into a reverie, with the moss-rose between his fingers.