noun, plural so·ro·ses [suh-roh-seez]. /səˈroʊ siz/. Botany.
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noun, plural so·ro·ses [suh-roh-seez], /səˈroʊ siz/, so·ro·sis·es.
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He'd have been all right if he'd been a girl—or married to a president of Sorosis, or a daughter of the Present Revolution!Her Own Way|Clyde Fitch
We knew that he disliked women in every form, Sorosis and Anti-Sorosis, bitter and sweet alike.Buffalo Land|W. E. Webb
The members of Sorosis, when in session, are well-bred, if not always clear-headed and reasonable.Social Life|Maud C. Cooke
One lady, (a member of Sorosis, we believe,) said that she thought it tasted like a pear.
Once a year the ladies of Sorosis give a banquet, to which gentlemen, as well as ladies, are invited.Jonathan and His Continent|Max O'Rell