[ roz-uh-lind, roh-zuh- ]


  1. a female given name.

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Example Sentences

Rosalind Seysses, my mother-in-law, has been a longtime model, mentor, and support.

Rosalind C. Barnett and Caryl Rivers reveal the sober truth behind the numbers.

Cary Grant and Rosalind Russell talk so fast that the speed of their dialogue is a joke in itself.

Gender-studies experts Caryl Rivers and Rosalind Barnett on how to reverse the damage.

I told Jackman—only half in jest—that he was a combination of Gary Cooper, Gene Kelly, and Rosalind Russell.

Why, Rosalind runs under the lounge the very minute any Babcock, big or small, sets foot inside the door.

But to Rosalind it really seemed that Sally must have had other means of studying this family, and she was frightened.

The spelling is difficult too, so we will give the substance of what he told Rosalind without his articulation.

Rosalind Graythorpe, or Palliser, stood there again with her husband's arm round her—her husband of twenty years ago!

But for all that, Rosalind had a background belief that a time would come when a complete revelation would be possible.