Mrs. Irving M. Scott, president of sorosis, received the Congress socially in her elegant home.
sorosis—It was very wrong for your husband to mention the muddy coffee.
Had a good rest and a short walk and went to sorosis dinner, which was very brilliant and fine.
Once a year the ladies of sorosis give a banquet, to which gentlemen, as well as ladies, are invited.
The members of sorosis, when in session, are well-bred, if not always clear-headed and reasonable.
He'd have been all right if he'd been a girl—or married to a president of sorosis, or a daughter of the Present Revolution!
One lady, (a member of sorosis, we believe,) said that she thought it tasted like a pear.
We knew that he disliked women in every form, sorosis and Anti-sorosis, bitter and sweet alike.
"consolidated fleshy multiple fruit" (e.g. a pineapple), 1831, from Modern Latin, from Greek soros "a heap."