from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Rosy.
  • In botany, typified by the order Rosaceæ: used by Lindley in his class name rosal alliance.
  • Belonging to the cohort Rosales.


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  • Her first poems began to appear during this period, and in 1916 her first book, La inquietud del rosal The Restlessness of the Rosebush was published.

    Alfonsina Storni

  • The rosal glow of dawn tipped the mountains, and a russet haze lay on the still bosom of the lake.

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  • This was a strange world to her, and if her youth rosal-tinted it with romance, what right had he to disillusion her?

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  • He stretched out his arms as if to embrace this world which appeared so rosal, so joyous to his imagination.

    The Goose Girl

  • But by and by the world became clearer and brighter till all things took on the rosal tint of dawn.

    The Goose Girl

  • To the one it was a damper to his rosal romance; to the other it was the beginning of the end: this woman, so brilliant, so charming, so lovely and human, could never be his.

    The Lure of the Mask

  • As for the others, they were on the far side of the hill, whence the paths are smooth and gentle and the prospect is peacefulness and the retrospect is dimly rosal.

    A Splendid Hazard

  • Just read the opinion that rosal: Before Gingrich showed up in congress, both sides worked together Pubdestroyer

    The Full Feed from

  • Winter, that banishes the swallows and swells the voice of ocean streams, first triumphs on hills and sea and then Spring comes in singing the lovely lyric _Del rosal vengo_ in the Serra de Sintra.

    Four Plays of Gil Vicente


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