She was down again shortly, the two favorites, Rose and Rosette, in her arms.
Mary-'Gusta was not playing with Rose and Rosette at the present time.
Sew a pompon or a rosette of yarn over the top of the sewing stitch.
The ends of the match were crossed into a sort of rosette at the head of the fuze.
Do wear it, Miss Arbuckle, with a rosette, to indicate your superior rank.
It is a jewel in a rosette of jewels, with a frill of weeds or turf.
This rosette must not, however, be permitted to the large foot.
Some are unhealthy, subject to the attacks of scab and rosette.
This characteristic has led us to use the term "Rosette" as a name for the malady.
The Prince had a rosette of the Legion of Honour in his buttonhole.