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- v. Present participle of rose.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The operation of imparting a pink tint to raw white silk.
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The EIA data also diverged from a report Tuesday from the American Petroleum Institute, an industry group, that showed U.S. oil stockpiles rosing last week.
I found a thicket and slept; slept it must have been for many hours, for when I again awakened the dawn was rosing the east.
The whole thing had happened so quickly that the rich light from the west was still bronzing the edges of the flat-ledged furze boughs, and rosing their white stems, when the little hollow behind the
The Titanic star began her acting career on British TV in the 1990s before breaking into Hollywood movies rosing to stardom.
That rising day sinks rosing in a night of nine week’s wonder. —