rosemary

Part of speech: noun

A fragrant shrub of the mint family, with usually blue flowers.

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Usage examples "rosemary":

  1. By this time the new order of procession was formed, and the sisters walked on together, followed by little Rosemary on the saddle, and Dan leading the horse. - "Her Mother's Secret", Emma D. E. N. Southworth.
  2. Of rosemary he tells us: This common Rosemary is so well knowne through all our Land, being in every woman's garden, that it were sufficient but to name it as an ornament among other sweete herbes and flowers in our Garden. - "The Old English Herbals", Eleanour Sinclair Rohde.
  3. He next sailed into the harbor of Port Rosemary, where were thirteen ships, but none of them of any great strength. - "The Pirates Own Book", Charles Ellms.