Archibald Philip Primrose [prim-rohz], /ˈprɪmˌroʊz/, 5th Earl of, 1847–1929, British statesman and author: prime minister 1894–95.
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How to use Rosebery in a sentence
Mark the sequel: Not long afterwards, I was at a reception in the Rosebery Room of the House of Lords.
The first of note among the ancestors of the Earl of Rosebery was of the honest guild of the girdlesmiths of the burgh.
He was standing by the little harbour at the Villa Rosebery, looking across the bay to Capri on a warm summer evening.December Love | Robert Hichens
Didn't even mention Rosebery, unless he meant to include him in condemnation of "financiers and other disreputable persons."
We went into camp at Rosebery Park, Sydney, which is a racecourse.In the Line of Battle | Various
But what distresses me most is the way some of our fellows talk about Rosebery.
British Dictionary definitions for Rosebery
Earl of, title of Archibald Philip Primrose . 1847–1929, British Liberal statesman; prime minister (1894–95)
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