"Say yes, my dear rosette, to Prince Charmant," replied the soft voice of the fairy.
Mary-'Gusta was not playing with Rose and rosette at the present time.
rosette was so superior in dancing to Orangine and Roussette, that they could scarcely suppress their rage.
She was down again shortly, the two favorites, Rose and rosette, in her arms.
The queen now interfered and sternly commanded rosette to dance.
Sew a pompon or a rosette of yarn over the top of the sewing stitch.
Chorizanthes are low herbs, with branching stems, without stipules, the leaves forming a rosette at the base and withering early.
The ends of the match were crossed into a sort of rosette at the head of the fuze.
A few moments afterwards, two chariots driven by veiled women advanced in front of rosette.
Do wear it, Miss Arbuckle, with a rosette, to indicate your superior rank.
rosette ro·sette (rō-zět')
The segmented or mature phase of Plasmodium malariae.
A grouping of cells characteristic of neoplasms of neuroblastic or neuroectodermal origin, in which a number of nuclei form a ring from which neurofibrils extend to interlace in the center.