- a female given name.
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Examples from the Web for rosalind
Rosalind Seysses, my mother-in-law, has been a longtime model, mentor, and support.Yes, Women Can Make Great Wine
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Cary Grant and Rosalind Russell talk so fast that the speed of their dialogue is a joke in itself.Nora Ephron’s Favorite Love Stories
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Gender-studies experts Caryl Rivers and Rosalind Barnett on how to reverse the damage.New Research: How Girls Can Win in Math and Science
Caryl Rivers, Rosalind C. Barnett
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I told Jackman—only half in jest—that he was a combination of Gary Cooper, Gene Kelly, and Rosalind Russell.Neil Patrick Harris Hosts the Tonys
June 10, 2011
To this wrestling match, therefore, Celia and Rosalind went.
Celia wished the young stranger might not be hurt; but Rosalind felt most for him.
Rosalind replied, "The duke, my father, loved his father dearly."
But occasionally Rosalind would say, “I do believe, my dear, that you are really as clever as ever!”
Lady Rosalind came sweeping down, with a smile on her kind face.