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Rosedale

[rohz-deyl] /ˈroʊzˌdeɪl/
noun
1.
a city in N Maryland, near Baltimore.
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  • Peter knew better what that was since the hour he had spent with her in Rosedale Road.

    The Tragic Muse

    Henry James
  • He telegraphed to his servant and spent that night in Rosedale Road.

    The Tragic Muse

    Henry James
  • And I doubt if there were two happier persons in all Rosedale than they.

    Aunt Amy Francis Forrester
  • So she and her aunt walked out into the shady streets and lanes of Rosedale.

    Aunt Amy Francis Forrester
  • She tried to get George to come to Rosedale, but he wouldn't.

    Passing By Maurice Baring
  • Mrs Housman went down to Rosedale directly after the funeral.

    Passing By Maurice Baring
  • He was playing "Rosedale," and my husband was charmed with his rendering of the hero's part.

    Tenting on the Plains Elizabeth B. Custer
  • The poor nuns of Moxby and Rosedale did not escape so easily.

  • There is a third course, also, for the Toronto folk—Rosedale—which is well spoken of.

    Fifty Years of Golf Horace G. Hutchinson
  • I should like to know where the mistress of Rosedale is keeping herself?

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