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rosarian

[ roh-zair-ee-uhn ]
/ roʊˈzɛər i ən /
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noun
a person who is fond of, develops, or cultivates roses.
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Origin of rosarian

First recorded in 1860–65; rose1 + -arian
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How to use rosarian in a sentence

  • Of all the many toils and anxieties that beset the path of the amateur rosarian, I think we may safely say pruning is the chief.

    Roses and Rose Growing|Rose Georgina Kingsley
  • And here, of course, the rosarian must be guided by his own taste.

    Roses and Rose Growing|Rose Georgina Kingsley

British Dictionary definitions for rosarian

rosarian
/ (rəʊˈzɛərɪən) /

noun
a person who cultivates roses, esp professionally
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