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Rosamund

or Rosamond

[roz-uh-muh nd, roh-zuh-] /ˈrɒz ə mənd, ˈroʊ zə-/
noun
1.
a female given name: from Germanic words meaning “horse” and “protection.”.
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  • He went to remonstrate with Rosamund upon her betrothal, and he did so at the request of her brother.

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  • Was this, he asked himself in all honesty, a mate for Rosamund?

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  • He must straight to Rosamund to forestall the tale that others would carry to her.

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  • The knight's words restored to him the courage of which Rosamund's had bereft him.

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  • Rosamund should reopen for him that door which, hard-driven by misfortune, he had slammed.

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  • But since his eyes had again rested upon Rosamund, Asad was no longer sane.

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  • Perhaps, too, he might see Rosamund again, might compel her to hear the truth from him.

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  • "Mistress," he addressed Rosamund as he stepped upon the poop.

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