Examples from the Web for rosinante
To her then, leaving Rosinante in an ecstasy of timidity before such god-like boys, I addressed myself.
I do not know whether one should classify Rosinante as a book of travel, a book of essays, a book of criticisms.When Winter Comes to Main Street|Grant Martin Overton
Even Rosinante seemed perturbed by the stillness and solitude of this wild garden.
Securing all his money about his person, he mounted his Rosinante.The Comical Adventures of Twm Shon Catty|T. J. Llewelyn Prichard
Even Rosinante pricked forward her ears, and stooped her gentle face to view more closely this light traveller.
Word Origin for Rosinante
Don Quixote's horse, from Spanish Rocinante, from rocin "worn-out horse" + antes "before," "so called in allusion to the circumstance that Don Quixote's charger was formerly a wretched hack" [Klein]. Rocin is cognate with Old French rancin "draft horse, hack," but the word is of unknown origin.