rosette

Part of speech: noun

An ornament resembling arose.

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Usage examples "rosette":

  1. La petit' Rosette, She is not twenty- one. - "The Right of Way, Volume 3.", Gilbert Parker.
  2. General Kleber, to whose command Bonaparte had resigned the army, was invited to come from Damietta to Rosette to confer with the General- in- Chief on affairs of extreme importance. - "The Project Gutenberg Memoirs of Napoleon Bonaparte", Bourrienne, Constant, and Stewarton.
  3. Each player must then fasten a rosette, of the color of the side to which he or she belongs, on the shoulder; those who belong to the north side must put the blue rosette on the right shoulder, and those who belong to the south side must put the green rosette on the left shoulder. - "Indian Games and Dances with Native Songs", Alice C. Fletcher.