old rose

NOUN
  1. a greyish-pink color
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How To Use old rose In A Sentence

  • Then a priest told Rose about a parishioner who had died of cancer.
  • Precious metals miners joined the rally as gold rose against a weaker dollar. Times, Sunday Times
  • When Jonas was certain that the garage door had shut and his wife's car had exited the driveway, he immediately rushed back to the bay window and watched as Reynold rose from the comfortableness of the plush shaded seat under the tree and strutted confidently to his shiny black Audi. The Fallen Oak
  • The large crimson flowers of this rose are shallow cups, exuding a strong old rose fragrance. Times, Sunday Times
  • Precious metals miners joined the rally as gold rose against a weaker dollar. Times, Sunday Times
  • Thirteen-year-old Rose Tracy outlasted 65 other fifth - through eighth-graders during 20 rounds on Saturday and took the title by correctly spelling "pyrolatry," which means the worship of fire. greatfallstribune.com - Local News
  • Along with the other noteworthy roses shown on these pages, the following old roses are favorites of rosarians for fragrance.
  • The crispness had gone from Juanita's pink frock, and the cloth of gold roses were wellnigh petalless, but the hand that she slipped into his was warm and soft, and the eyes that were upturned to Mercer's blue ones were shining with admiring tears. The Goodness of St. Rocque and Other Stories
  • The large crimson flowers of this rose are shallow cups, exuding a strong old rose fragrance. Times, Sunday Times
  • Part of the beauty of Cold Roses lies in the effortless free-flowing rhythm of the words coupled with bittersweet lyrics.
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