I had thought that the damask rose had in the family three colors, but Bacon sets me right.
I wept at the sight, thinking of my own damask rose so far away.
Dcollet corsage trimmed to correspond, and a damask rose worn in the hair.
The Provence, or damask rose, was probably the better known.
"The lily and the damask rose," I heard the Squire's wife say to the Squire.
She bent and kissed the damask rose, which was too beautiful to pluck.
You may put in a handfull or two of damask rose leaves dryed, which will somewhat better the sent.
"Compression of the damask rose, to give to the face a not-to-be-resisted charm" (rouge and lard in small pill box),—sixpence.
Gerarde, in his Herbal, says that the damask rose is called by some Rosa Provincialis.
Your cheeks and lips are red like the damask rose, and your eyes,—I never saw such eyes before.