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[roz-uh-lind, roh-zuh-] /ˈrɒz ə lɪnd, ˈroʊ zə-/
a female given name. Unabridged
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  • I assure you, Rosalind, I shall make poor old Hodder happy before we are a day older.

    Roger Ingleton, Minor Talbot Baines Reed
  • Celia wished the young stranger might not be hurt; but Rosalind felt most for him.

    Tales from Shakespeare Charles Lamb and Mary Lamb
  • Rosalind had come, and even Genevieve had to admit, so far as manners and appearance were concerned, she was not impossible.

    Mr. Pat's Little Girl Mary F. Leonard
  • Rosalind, dressed as a man, gives out that Celia is her sister.

    William Shakespeare John Masefield
  • While she went to find her hat, Rosalind made the acquaintance of the colonel and several dogs.

    Mr. Pat's Little Girl Mary F. Leonard

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