"I think everybody thinks she's changed Ted," said Rosalie Blair, the eye surgeon in Washington who introduced them.
“Come just as you are–in your bathing suit,” invited Cora, and Rosalie did.
And now Rosalie, who admired Mary Agatha, was taking to church.
And Rosalie found that her sisters, too, knew how different and how superior men were.
Perhaps Rosalie divined this, for she took to another thing—and that was Pauline.
She has just the saving spark of deviltry that you lack, Rosalie.
The next day she was approached by Hattie and Rosalie, who each had a note.
If you will behave well to me, Rosalie shall go her own way.
"She's mad 'cause I'm late, grandmother; but the basket's awful heavy," said Rosalie.
Rosalie bustled about, putting the last touches on the room, pulling shut the bead portières which curtained alcove and bed.