They sang rosemary Clooney songs, danced, and raised $64 for polio, a terrifying disease at the time.
After rosemary offers me some tea, I sit down on the couch with Downey Sr. to discuss his astonishing life, and career.
He seems undaunted at tackling a number previously vocalized by the likes of Nat King Cole, rosemary Clooney, and Sammy Davis Jr.
“Very herbal, minty, some thyme, rosemary, lots of linden,” he concludes.
MF: But as for rosemary and Edna, in their individual ways they are both earth mothers.
I had my every-day dress on, not even white, only I hastily put a bit of rosemary in my hair.
What Ophelia said was: 'There's rosemary, that's for remembrance.
On the contrary, he had provided for this precise contingency by leaving McGrath's fireman in mechanical command on the rosemary.
Put four pounds of pure honey into a still, with twelve handfuls of the tendrils of vines, and the same quantity of rosemary tops.
We wear bouquets of carnations and rosemary, presented to us by the family at the Hof, as correct decorations for a festival.
late 14c., earlier rosmarine (c.1300), from Latin rosmarinus, literally "dew of the sea" (cf. French romarin), from ros "dew" + marinus (see marine (adj.)). Perhaps so called because it grew near coasts. Form altered in English by influence of rose and Mary.
Latin ros is from PIE *ers- "to be wet" (cf. Lithuanian rasa, Old Church Slavonic rosa "dew," Sanskrit rasah "sap, juice, fluid, essence," Hittite arszi "flows," and perhaps also Rha, Scythian name of the River Volga (see rhubarb)).