noun, plural so·ro·ses [suh-roh-seez] /səˈroʊ siz/. Botany.
Origin of sorosis1
noun, plural so·ro·ses [suh-roh-seez] /səˈroʊ siz/, so·ro·sis·es.
Origin of sorosis2
Examples from the Web for sorosis
Historical Examples of sorosis
Sorosis—It was very wrong for your husband to mention the muddy coffee.
Once a year the ladies of Sorosis give a banquet, to which gentlemen, as well as ladies, are invited.Jonathan and His Continent
Mrs. Irving M. Scott, president of Sorosis, received the Congress socially in her elegant home.
Had a good rest and a short walk and went to Sorosis dinner, which was very brilliant and fine.Julia Ward Howe
Laura E. Richards
The members of Sorosis, when in session, are well-bred, if not always clear-headed and reasonable.Social Life
Maud C. Cooke
noun plural -ses (-siːz)
Word Origin for sorosis
"consolidated fleshy multiple fruit" (e.g. a pineapple), 1831, from Modern Latin, from Greek soros "a heap."