"Yes, but don't kick that way," said romaine Smith, choking and sneezing.
"I wish there really was a mill like that; I know what I would grind," said romaine.
Mrs. romaine's pulses beat faster: the hot color began to steal into her cheeks.
Cress, romaine, or bleached chicory may be used in place of lettuce.
Mrs. romaine had two brothers, both some years younger than herself.
The old struggles of Alsace and romaine come back to memory.
But he was silent until dessert was placed upon the table, and Mrs. romaine's neat parlor-maid had disappeared.
As she had determined, from that moment she devoted herself to romaine.
romaine, whose learning and abilities none can doubt, was fifty years old before he was beneficed.
All that we can do is to mind Loyd's commands, in regard to romaine, to the letter.
type of lettuce, 1876, from French romaine (in laitue romaine, literally "Roman lettuce"), from fem. of Old French romain "Roman," from Latin Romanus (see Roman). Perhaps so called because of the lettuce's introduction into France (by Bureau de la Rivière, chamberlain of Charles V and VI) at the time of the Avignon papacy (1309-77).