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  • proper noun A female given name, a variant of Rosemary borrowed from continental Europe.

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Examples

  • Rosemarie is terrific as she tries to hide her guilt and remorse from James, but fails.

    Without a Backward Glance- Kate Veitch « The Merry Genre Go Round Reviews

  • I spent more than a week in Rosemarie's company, and in that time I learned her remarkable history.

    Women of God

  • I spent more than a week in Rosemarie's company, and in that time I learned her remarkable history.

    Women of God

  • During the war, he arranged for regular boxes of milk and bittersweet chocolate to be sent across the Atlantic to his mother and each of his siblings from a high-end New York chocolatier called Rosemarie de Paris.

    Storyteller

  • There are many reasons that Monika, Lisa and Alexander might start calling Rosemarie 'Mama' -- one of them being simply that it's more normal for kids to be raised by their mom rather than their grandmother, and since they believed their real mother had abandoned them at birth, why not, then, call someone else mom and claim her that way in their hearts?

    New Statesman

  • I think Elisabeth's anger is not really, at its core, about the issue of what name her kids called Rosemarie ... but is instead much much deeper, and centered on the fact that Rosemarie did not protect little Elisabeth from her abusive father's molestation, violence, and ultimate horror.

    New Statesman

  • There are many reasons that Monika, Lisa and Alexander might start calling Rosemarie 'Mama' -- one of them being simply that it's more normal for kids to be raised by their mom rather than their grandmother, and since they believed their real mother had abandoned them at birth, why not, then, call someone else mom and claim her that way in their hearts?

    New Statesman

  • I think Elisabeth's anger is not really, at its core, about the issue of what name her kids called Rosemarie ... but is instead much much deeper, and centered on the fact that Rosemarie did not protect little Elisabeth from her abusive father's molestation, violence, and ultimate horror.

    New Statesman

  • Princess Rosemarie goes undercover as a maid in the castle of Reynol, prince of a neighboring country.

    A Tale of an Unknown Country Book 1 » Manga Worth Reading

  • I was inspired by a project titled Honey by Rosemarie Padovano, a New York artist, as an example of that.

    Misha Lyuve: Art, Honey and Explorations

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