- n. alternative spelling of rose petal.
“Gently perfumed with rose-petal and raspberry, it needs food to soften the firm but refined tannins and pronounced acidity.”
“Like a rose-petal, he thought; cool and soft as a snowflake.”
“Lump in throat, I pluck a rose-petal from an old bush growing at the front, a bush that my grandmother planted, long ago.”
“Stew is no rose-petal memoirist; he looks back with a healthy appreciation of hypocrisy.”
“Unlike many Gewurztraminers, the rose-petal quality isn't overpowering here, on the nose or on the palate.”
“Fortunately everyone just let me get on with making rose-petal tea in the garden for the resident fairies.”
“Five hundred pounds of rose-petal confetti, ticker tape, and punch cards fell from the top floors of the buildings.”
“Mae sat down on the bed with the red duvet and watched as Sin twisted her dark hair up in a knot and splashed her face with the rose-petal water.”
“ Her lips pursed and for the first time I noticed the rose-petal redness circling her eyes.”
“Before long it developed a dried rose-petal aspect, like a faded potpourri, and for a while I was afraid it was going to cross over into Great Aunt Tillie territory.”
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