Those cheeks of yours have, I hope, not lost their roundness or their rosiness.
The creamy texture of her skin had flushed to rosiness in the cold fountain.
At eight o'clock many of these faces will be changed; there will be joy, smiles, rosiness, singing and dancing.
And this rosiness, so like redundant vigor, was it not the flush of her hot task?
Mr. Mitchett showed a rosiness that might positively have been reflected.
The rosiness was all departed from his cheeks; he quivered with suppressed wrath.
Old Hecate was a gone Ghazeeyah—a rose-leaf utterly shriveled away from rosiness.
Her face looked anxious and distressed through all its rosiness.
The future had lost its rosiness; his wound did not readily heal; Basel was half a hundred leagues off our road to Burgundy.
She awakened suddenly and looked up at him, the rosiness of sleep upon her cheeks and the dewiness of it upon her eyelids.