Definition of Rosieres
1. rosiere [n] - See also: rosiere
Lexicographical Neighbors of Rosieres
Literary usage of Rosieres
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Canada's Hundred Days: With the Canadian Corps from Amiens to Mons, Aug. 8 by John Frederick Bligh Livesay (1919)
"It was held up too by heavy flank fire from the direction of rosieres, ... In rosieres the battalion captured an 11-inch naval gun mounted on a railway ..."
2. Memoirs of the Duchess D'Abrantès (Madame Junot) by Laure Junot Abrantès (1832)
"The expression of Mademoiselle des rosieres' countenance at this moment required no interpreter. " You are a silly child," said Fouche, with an accent of ..."
3. The Century Illustrated Monthly Magazine (1911)
"The mayor went on to tell the meaning of the ceremony and the history of French rosieres. The word refers to the crown of white roses. ..."
4. Memoirs of the Emperor Napoleon: From Ajaccio to Waterloo, as Soldier by Laure Junot Abrantès (1901)
"Incapable of resistance, Mademoiselle des rosieres again fell upon her knees, extending her ... He wrote the address of Mademoiselle des rosieres on a card, ..."